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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



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CORPORATION COMMISSION 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1912 

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COMPILATIONS FROM RAILROAD RETURNS ARE FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30. 1912 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Edward L. Travis, 

Chairman ; 
William T. Lee, 
George P. Pell, 

Commissioners. 
A. J. MAXWELL, Clerk. 
Miss Elsie Riddick, 
Miss Meta Adams, 
J. S. Griffin, 

Assistant Clerks. 



S. A. Hubbard, Bank Examiner. 

H. D. Bateman, Assistant Bank Examiner. 



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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

Depaetment of the Coepoeation Commission, 

Raleigh, December 31, 1912. 
To His Excellency, W. W. Kitchin, 

Governor of North Carolina. 
Sie: — We hand you herewith our report for the year 1912, it being 
the fourteenth annual report of the Corporation Commission. 

This report is issued as of December 31, 1912, and it is proper that 
an explanation should be made of the extraordinary delay in its publi- 
cation. The General Assembly of 1911 passed "An Act to Amend Cer- 
tain Sections of The Revisal of 1905, and to Regulate the Public 
Printing." Section nine of this act reads as follows : 

"See. 9. Strike out in line two of section 1,117 of The Revisal of 
1905 the word 'annual' and insert in lieu thereof the word 'biennial.' " 

Several months after the Legislature adjourned it became known, to 
this Department that the section quoted above referred to this Depart- 
ment, and that it changed the existing law with reference to publication 
of reports of the Corporation Commission by providing that its reports 
should be published biennially instead of annually. Annual reports 
had been published by the Department since the creation of the original 
Railroad Commission, in 1891, and as it was thought desirable to main- 
tain an unbroken series of annual reports it was decided to publish the» 
1911 report in its regular order and to withhold the 1912 report until 
the amendment quoted above could be stricken out by the General 
Assembly in 1913. The amendment referred to was so stricken out, and 
while this report is delayed in its issue, ^here will be maintained 
unbroken the series of annual reports with their statistics in detail of 
finances and operations of all public" >ervic£ -^corporations doing bus- 
iness in the State, the assessed value of all corporations assessed for 
taxation by the Commission, together with orders made by the Commis- 
sion in formal proceedings and complaints adjusted during the year. 

intee-state feeight eates. 

During the year there was a final determination of the rather long- 
drawn-out suit of the Corporation Commission against the Norfolk ^& 
Western Railway, attacking their interstate freight rates to Winston- 
Salem and Durham, by final order of the Commerce Court affirming 
the order of the Interstate Commerce Commission in that proceeding 



IV N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

The order in this case reduced inbound rates from the West to 
Winston-Salem and Durham 9 cents per 100 pounds on first-class and 
corresponding reductions on other classes. The reductions were so 
much less than had been hoped for by the Corporation Commission and 
the public that not much importance was attached to the order by the 
public, but the railroad companies fully understood its significance and 
they contested every inch of the ground and appealed it to the Com- 
merce Court. When it is understood that practically all of our through 
interstate rates rest upon a fabric of exceptionally high rates from the 
Virginia cities into the State, the importance of a specific finding by 
the Interstate Commerce Commission that at one point in the wall the 
rates were too high, and were ordered reduced, is at once apparent 
when it is considered that rates to all other points in the State are prac- 
tically on. the same general level. 

It was expected that the above suit would establish a precedent or 
basis upon which other suits of more comprehensive application could 
be based, and during the year for which this report is made the Com- 
mission filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission three other 
suits attacking rates from the West and from the North and East in a 
more comprehensive way, and, with the increased earnings of these lines 
since the first suit was tried, it is hoped to secure a greater amount of 
reduction and more general in its application to other North Carolina 
cities. 

The Commission wishes to express its entire satisfaction with the 
able manner in which it was represented in the suit above mentioned. 
*on appeal before the Commerce Court, by the Attorney-General, Hon. 
T. W. Bickett. Respectfully submitted, 

E. L. Travis, 

Chairman. 
W. T. Lee, 
Geo. P. Pell, 

Commissioners. 
A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 



DECISIONS 

AND 

ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 



CITIZENS OF CHADBOURN v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
CO.— IN RE REMOVAL OP FREIGHT WAREHOUSE. 



This is a petition for an order to require defendant to remove the build- 
ing now occupied as its freight depot at Chadbourn, North Carolina, to a 
site about one hundred and fifty feet distant and across defendant's main 
line track. This track was formerly the Wilmington and Manchester Rail- 
road Company. 

The following facts appear: 

Defendant operates through Chadbourn two lines of railroad, one from 
Wilmington to Florence (formerly the Wilmington and Manchester Rail- 
road) and one from Elrod to Conway, and these two roads cross each other 
at right angles within the corporate limits of said town. For many years 
prior to August, 1910, defendant had a combination freight and passenger 
station located near the junction of these roads and on what is described in 
petition as Railroad avenue. Defendant then concluded to provide better 
freight and passenger facilities at Chadbourn, and for that purpose erected 
a new and modern passenger station, near the said junction, and at the same 
time moved the building which it had been occupying and using as a freight 
and passenger station and warehouse to a point about seventy-five feet east 
of its old location, and placed and located the same upon and within the 
limits of its right of way. The said station was located with reference to 
and for the convenience of shippers and consignees of freight from both of 
these roads and is about one hundred and twenty-three feet long and about 
twenty-three feet wide and has a platform seven feet wide on its eastern 
and southern sides and on its eastern side connected with said platform is 
a covered platform fifteen feet wide extending eastwardly about one hun- 
dred and twenty-eight feet to the highway called Brown street, and de- 
fendant was building a platform seven feet wide on the entire northern side 
of its said warehouse and next to Railroad avenue and upon its own right 
of way when it was stopped by restraining order sued out by the town of 
Chadbourn upon the ground that it would encroach upon what was claimed 
to be Railroad avenue. This action was pending in the Superior Court of 
Columbus County when this proceeding was begun before the Corporation 
Commission, but the plaintiff took a nonsuit in said action on February 
28, 1911. 

The Corporation Commission is of the opinion that when the seven-foot 
platform shall have been completed on the northern side of the freight 
warehouse, and when the street at the part of the platform which is too 
high, shall have been raised (work defendant announced it intended to do), 
the freight warehouse at Chadbourn as at present located will be fully ade- 



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quate for the accommodation of shippers and consignees of freight; it is, 
therefore, 

Ordered, that this proceeding be dismissed. * 

Franklin McNeill, 

January 11, 1912. Chairman. 



ACME MANUFACTURING CO. AND J. J. EDWARDS AND M. McL. 
MEKEITHEN v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— REFUSAL TO AC- 
CEPT AND FORWARD SHIPMENTS. 

Travis, Commissioner : — In this matter it appears that the above named 
company shipped from Acme, North Carolina, near Wilmington, to Cameron 
and Lemon Springs, via Sanford, three car-loads of fertilizers on the 9th, 
12th, and 25th days of March, respectively, in cars numbered P. R. R. 16963, 
N. Y. C. & H. 61601, and N. & W. 21947. 

The consignor directed that these cars be forwarded via the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad to Sanford and thence via the Seaboard Air Line. Railway 
to destinations, the destinations being on the Seaboard Air Line Railway, 
Cameron being twelve miles from Sanford and Lemon Springs seven miles 
from Sanford, prepaying the freight upon said shipments to their desti- 
nations according to the rates fixed by this Commission less the twenty-five 
per cent, joint haul reduction provided by statute. 

The Seaboard Air Line Railway refuses to accept or forward either of 
said cars unless there shall be prepayment of freight on said cars at the full 
local rate from Sanford to the destinations, contending that it can not be 
made to accept the same at the said joint haul reduction. 

The Commission is of opinion that the rate paid on said shipments is the 
proper and legal rate and that it is the duty of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way to accept and forward said cars at said rates; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, that said Seaboard Air Line Railway do forthwith accept and 
forward the said cars of fertilizers so shipped and tendered it at Sanford, 
North Carolina, and that hereafter it accept and forward all like shipments 
tendered it under the same conditions, the freight being tendered or paid 
to it for its part of the haul at the local rates less the saic twenty-five per 
cent joint haul deduction. 

April 3, 1912. 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY CO. v. N. V. PETERSON- 
PETITION TO CONDEMN LAND FOR TERMINAL FACILITIES. 

Travis, Commissioner: — This matter coming on to be heard before the 
Corporation Commission, the said Commission, after due inquiry, as re- 
quired by chapter 458, Public Laws 1907, and with consent of counsel for 
petitioner and the defendant, finds that the petitioner can not make the con- 
templated improvements without condemning a right of way across the land 
of defendant as set out and described in the petition herein; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the said petitioner be, and it is hereby authorized to in- 
stitute and conduct, according to law, proceedings before the Superior Court 
of Forsyth County for the condemnation of the right of way prayed for in 
the petition. 

June 12, 1912. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 3 

ABERDEEN AND ROCKPISH RAILROAD COMPANY v. JAMES E. ROBE 
SON AND FANNIE ROBESON— PETITION TO CONDEMN LAND FOR 
TERMINAL FACILITIES. 

McNeill, Chairman: This matter coming on to be heard before the Cor- 
poration Commission, and the defendants, James E. Robeson and Fannie 
Robeson, failing to answer the petition, after due notice, and it appearing 
to the Commission that the petitioner can not make the contemplated im- 
provements without condemning a right of way across the land of defendant 
as set out and described in the petition herein; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the said petitioner be, and it is hereby authorized to insti- 
tute and conduct, according to law, proceedings before the Superior Court 
of Cumberland County for the condemnation of the right of way prayed for 
in the petition. 

June 21, 1912. 

CHOWAN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS v. NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY— REGULATION OF PUBLIC CROSSING. 

Travis, Commissioner: This matter coming on to be heard, an investiga- 
tion of same having been had, and the location viewed, it is 

Ordered, that from and after the first day of August, 1912, the Norfolk 
Southern Railroad Company shall observe and keep the following regula- 
tions in respect to the crossing at the east end of Church street in Edenton, 
North Carolina, to wit: 

When any of its cars or engines are approaching said crossing, if going 
forward, it shall stop its engine at all times on arriving at a point fifty 
feet from the edge of said street, and when going backward it shall stop its 
cars as soon as the first one reaches a point fifty feet from the edge of said 
street, and the said cars and engine shall remain standing until a man 
is sent forward to said street ahead of same to see that no one is approaching. 
Such man at night to carry a lantern as a signal. No cars or engine shall 
be moved across said street until signaled so to do by the man sent ahead 
as above required. 

The foregoing order is entered with the consent of defendant railroad 
company. 

July 27, 1912. 

TOWN OF MAXTON v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY, ATLANTIC 
COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY— UNION PASSENGER STATION. 

This is a petition to require defendants to erect a union passenger station 
at Maxton. 

After notice to parties interested, the matter was heard at Maxtcn on 
February 21, 1912. Complainant and defendants were present. Several let- 
ters from defendants followed this hearing. 

In substance it was agreed that defendants would erect a union passenger 
station at Maxton on the site of the Seaboard Air Line Railway's freight 
depot, the Seaboard Air Line Railway agreeing to remove its freight depot 
from the north to the south side of its main track. 

At request of the Commission, the Seaboard Air Line Railway filed a blue 
print showing yard and tracks as would appear when changed as indicated 



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above. Notwithstanding this agreement no work has been done by defend- 
ants to carry it out. 

The Corporation Commission is of opinion that there has been too great 
delay in this matter, and it appearing that defendants have had a union 
passenger station at Maxton for a number of years, and that the same is 
now totally inadequate and that a union station is practicable, and that 
the interests of the case, in the opinion of the Corporation Commission, re- 
quire it. 

It Is Ordered, that defendants unite in the joint undertaking and expense 
of erecting, constructing and maintaining a union passenger station at Max- 
ton, commensurate with the business and revenue of the defendants, on the 
site occupied by the Seaboard Air Line Railway's freight depot, and to that 
end that defendant file with this Commission plans and specifications for 
such station within thirty days from the date hereof. 

Franklin McNeill, 

August 13, 1912. Chairman. 



TOWN OP MAXTON v. SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY AND ATLANTIC 
COAST LINE RAILROAD— UNION PASSENGER STATION. 

Defendant, Seaboard Air Line Railway, filed exceptions on August 22, 1912, 
to order made in this cause on August 13, 1912, and after notice to the 
parties interested, the exceptions were heard on September 3, 1912. 

Petitioner was represented by G. B. Patterson, Esq., and S. B. McLean, Esq., 
and defendant Seaboard Air Line Railway was represented by J. H. Pou, 
Esq., and Murray Allen, Esq. 

Evidence was offered by both parties and typewritten copy thereof made 
and filed in this cause. 

After the hearing the Commission was asked to allow counsel for defend- 
ant to confer with their client, and on this the 9th day of September, 1912, 
defendant Seaboard Air Line Railway, through its counsel above named, ap- 
peared before the Commission and announced that it would not insist upon 
its exceptions; it is, therefore, 

Ordered and Adjudged, that the order heretofore made be, and it is hereby 
renewed and affirmed, subject to the modification that defendants be allowed 
until September 23, 1912, to file with the Commission plans and specifications 
for the union passenger station. 

There was evidence at the hearing of exceptions tending to show that it 
was agreed among the defendants themselves that the Seaboard Air Line 
Railway would erect the union passenger station and that the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad would use the same under lease, but that defendants had not 
been able to agree upon the terms of such lease. There was no representative 
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad present and the Commission will leave 
it to defendants to adjust among themselves their differences. If the de- 
fendants fail to agree, the Commission will hear the parties and make such 
order as may be necessary in the premises. 

Franklin McNeill, 

Chairman. 

September 9, 1912. 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. O 

10WN OP MAXTON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY, 
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— UNION PASSENGER STATION. 

This cause coming on for further direction, it is 

Ordeeed, that defendants erect the union passenger station at Maxton, 
specifications and plans for which were filed and approved in this case, on 
or before January 1, 1913. Franklin McNeill, 

November 2, 1912. Chairman. 



CITIZENS OF PIN HOOK v. HILTON RAILROAD AND LOGGING COM- 
. PANY— DEPOT FACILITIES. 

This is a petition to require defendant to establish and erect a station at 
Pin Hook, a point on defendant's line about five miles from the beginning 
of defendant's road near thirty-seven mile-post on the Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad near Wallace, alleging that such a station is a public necessity. 

An amended petition was filed May 5, 1911, praying that defendant be 
required to become a common carrier. Another amended petition was filed 
later, by some of the petitioners, alleging that defendant had constructed a 
spur track from the end of its road for a distance of two miles and that this 
spur track crossed two public highways, one leading to Rose Hill and the 
other to Magnolia, and praying that defendant be required to establish sid- 
ings at each of these crossings and deliver cars loaded with freight thereat. 

Defendant admitted that it obtained a charter, as alleged, to build a rail- 
road, either broad or narrow guage, declaring that in 1906 it began the 
construction of road near thirty-seven mile-post on the Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad, near Wallace, and that said road is now constructed as a narrow 
guage road for nine and three-fourths miles. Defendant admitted that the 
Hilton Lumber Company, the largest stockholder in defendant company and 
also the construction company for defendant company, hauled Hilton Lumber 
Company's timber and logs over the said nine and three-fourths miles of 
road with said lumber company's own engine and log trucks. Defendant 
denied that it was a common carrier, and denied that the track leading from 
the end of its road and crossing the public highways from Rose Hill and 
Magnolia was its property; on the contrary, it alleged that the said road 
was the property of the Hilton Lumber Company, and alleged that it was 
not prepared to open the road for traffic for the reason that in its opinion 
the business which the road would receive from the nine and three-fourths 
miles now constructed would not be sufficient to justify it and for the further 
reason that its roadway was not in proper condition, and for the further 
reason that defendant did not have equipment for it and that defendant 
did not have financial ability to purchase such equipment and complete its 
road. Defendant alleged that it was delayed in the construction of its road 
by several causes beyond its control. 

The case was set for hearing and evidence was offered by both sides and 
a typewritten copy was made and is on file in this office. 

The evidence of petitioners tended to show that there would be a variety 
of freight shipped out of and into points on defendant's road to and from 
points in and out of this State, if it were opened to traffic; for example, cot- 
ton, tobacco, corn, lumber, strawberries, bulbs, etc., etc. 

The evidence of defendant tended to show that it is not a common carrier 
and that the road built from the end of its road and crossing the highways 



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leading to Rose Hill and Magnolia* did not belong to defendant but was the 
property of the Hilton Lumber Company, and explained in detail the causes 
which prevented defendant from completing the sixteen miles of road which 
it undertook to construct. 

We find that defendant is not a common carrier and that the road re- 
ferred to in amended petition and the evidence as a spur track leading off 
from defendant's road and crossing the highways leading to Rose Hill and 
Magnolia is not the property of defendant but is owned and used by the 
Hilton Lumber Company for hauling its timber. In the view which we take 
of the case, it is not necessary that we find other facts. In the case of 
Evans Railroad v. Barnes, 137 Ind., 306, it was held by the Supreme Court 
of Indiana: 

"The board of directors and the established rules of the com- 
pany alone could make appellant a common carrier for hire. 
* * * The power was not delegated to Allen, and it was be- 
yond the scope of his authority to convert a construction train 
into a passenger train. He could not open an imperfect and in- 
complete road into one for passenger traffic without the con- 
sent of his superior officers." 

We have not been referred to any precedent in which any commission with 
powers similar to ours has ordered a railroad company to open an imperfect 
and incomplete road for freight or passenger traffic; nor has our attention 
been called to any in which any court has ever made such an order. In 
Beale and Wyman (an authority on railroad regulation) section 101, it is 
said: 

"The plainest justification for the imposition of the extraordi- 
nary law which requires those who are in public callings to 
serve all that apply at reasonable rates, is that in the initiation 
the service is voluntary. People are not forced into public ser- 
vice against their wills; it is only when they have held them- 
selves out in some way as ready to accommodate all that apply 
that they are bound to serve indiscriminately." 

But it is not necessary for us to pass on this question in our view of it. 
We are of the opinion that under the law establishing the Corporation Com- 
mission the jurisdiction of the Corporation Commission over railroad com 
panies does not attach until they become common carriers. The Corporation 
Commission has no power to grant charter, locate line of road, regulate issue 
of its capital stock or bonds, grant or deny it power to condemn land, or 
regulate its construction of roadway. The Corporation Commission has no 
jurisdiction to order location or erection of depots or establish side-tracks 
by railroad companies which have not become common carriers. The Cor> 
poration Commission has no jurisdiction of proceedings to compel a railroad 
which has not become a common carrier to perform the duties of a common 
carrier. The remedy for nonuser or misuser of a franchise by a corporation 
which was chartered to become a common carrier, but which has never be- 
come such, is not before the Corporation Commission but before the courts 
of the State where provision is made for the trial of issues involved in such 
cases. A corporation chartered to build a railroad and also to condemn the 
land necessary for its right of way, in order to become a common carrier 
of freight and passengers, which has condemned land for part of its right 
of way and constructed part of its road, to wit, nine and three-fourths miles 
of a proposed sixteen miles, and which authorized its construction company 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. I 

to haul the construction company's timber over the nine and three-fourths 
miles of road hut refused to haul any freight for any one else, has not made 
itself a common carrier. It is, therefore, 

Okdered, that this petition be dismissed. 

Franklin McNeill, 

September 5, 1912. Chairman. 



TOWN OF MOUNT AIRY v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY— DEPOT 

FACILITIES. 

Travis, Commissioner: This matter coming on to be heard upon petition 
for new and adequate waiting rooms at the depot in Mount Airy, it is 

Ordered, that the defendant company be, and it is hereby, required to erect 
at the said town of Mount Airy new and adequate waiting rooms, commen- 
surate with the size and importance of said town and the amount of travel 
at said station. 

The said company is hereby directed to submit to this Commission as 
early as practicable plans for said waiting rooms, one showing the same as 
attached to the north end of the present depot and the other as located on 
the lot owned by defendant on the north side of Depot street opposite the 
present depot, together with an estimate of the cost of each, in order that 
this Commission may determine upon which of the said sites the said waiting 
room shall be located. 

September 27, 1912. 



CITIZENS OF WILSON v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COM- 
PANY AND NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— UNION DEPOT. 

This is a petition to require defendants to erect and maintain a union 
passenger station at Wilson, North Carolina. 

Petitioners allege that defendants enter and come into the town of Wilson, 
each maintaining in said town at different points separate stations; that 
neither of said stations are adequate, convenient or offer suitable accommo- 
dations for the traveling public, the depot of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road being especially inadequate; that the revenues received from the people 
of Wilson are more than sufficient to justify the erection of a union pas- 
senger station adequate and convenient and that offers suitable accommoda- 
tions for the traveling public. 

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad answers, alleging that the Chamber of 
Commerce, who it understood represented the business interests of the town, 
directed a request to them some time before petition was served in this case 
in reference to a new station to be located on the present site; that they 
agreed to build a nice station of brick construction at this location and so 
advised the Chamber of Commerce, and that they appeared to be satisfied. 
They further answer that they had in course of preparation plans for this 
building and were about ready to present the same to the Chamber of Com- 
merce, but as there seemed to be considerable agitation, and in view of peti- 
tion having just been received by the Corporation Commission for a union 
passenger station, they did not feel it necessary at that time to present the 
plans which they had gotten up and until this question had been decided. 



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Answering further they say that on account of the relative location of the 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the Norfolk Southern Railroad in the town 
of Wilson, the construction and operation of a union passenger station would 
not be at all desirable if at all practicable. 

The Norfolk Southern Railroad, answering, admits that defendants each 
maintain separate, passenger stations in Wilson; denies that its passenger 
station is not adequate or convenient or that it does not offer suitable ac- 
commodations for the traveling public. On the contrary it alleges that its 
passenger station in Wilson is conveniently situated both as to the business 
and residential sections of the town, and certainly offers suitable and ade- 
quate accommodations for the traveling public. It was built only about four 
years ago at considerable expense to this company. The character of its 
construction is such that it is an ornament to the locality in which it is 
situated and would be an embellishment to any other town the size of Wilson 
and that it is sufficiently large to meet all reasonable requirements at that 
point. This company feels that it would be imposing an hardship to require 
it to abandon the use of this station and to require it to join with the Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad in bearing the expense of the construction oi a union 
station; that the stations of the two roads are now so close together that 
the few passengers who transfer at that point from one line to the other are 
subjected to little or no inconvenience. Answering further it alleges that it 
has incurred considerable expense in operating an excellent passenger train 
service on its Raleigh division in an effort to build up that section of the 
country; that the class of service it has been giving is far in excess of the 
patronage which has been accorded it, and that, notwithstanding the most 
careful solicitation, it is still being operated at a loss, and that they feel, 
therefore, it would be unfortunate for the general situation in that territory 
to superinduce our present deficit in the operation of these trains by burden- 
ing this company with the additional fixed charges incident to the construc- 
tion and operation of a union passenger station. 

They insist, therefore, that having all these facts and circumstances in 
view, the Commission should decline to grant this petition, but allege that 
if they conclude to order the construction of a union passenger station at 
Wilson that they should designate the site at the crossing of the two roads 
as the proper place for it. 

After due notice to all parties the evidence was heard in the courthouse 
at Wilson. 

C. C. Daniels, Esq., represented petitioners. 

Geo. B. Elliott, Esq., assistant general counsel, represented Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company. 

W. B. Rodman, Esq., general solicitor, represented Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road. 

Typewritten copy of the evidence offered by both parties was made and is 
on file in this case. 

The Commissioners also visited Wilson and investigated the situation. 

The following facts appear: 

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the Norfolk Southern Railroad have 
separate stations in Wilson. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station is 
inadequate, and would have been replaced with a new station, and an ade- 
quate one, but for the pendency of this proceeding. 

The Norfolk Southern Railroad have an adequate and convenient passenger 



DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. J 

station. The only objection urged to it in any respect is that it is not a 
union passenger station. 

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad runs through the town in a north and 
south direction and its passenger station is located on its right of way 
within two or two and one-half blocks of the business portion of the city and 
convenient to the residential section of the city. The Norfolk Southern 
Railroad runs through the southern portion of the city and crosses the 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad about thirty-eight hundred feet from the At- 
lantic Coast Line passenger station. The nearest point of its main line to 
the business portion of the city is about thirty-five hundred feet. The Norfolk 
Southern Railroad did not erect its passenger station on right of way of its 
main line. Its passenger station is on Barnes street, which is about two and 
one-half blocks from the business portion of the city, and this is reached by 
means of a stub siding from its main line extending over about six blocks 
of the city. The property over which this spur track was built was acquired 
by the Norfolk Southern Railroad and its station erected by it for the con- 
venience of the greater number of its patrons. All of its passenger trains 
are operated over this spur track by backing into or out of it. There is a 
considerable amount of interchange of travel from one railroad to the other 
at this point, but the amount of travel to and from Wilson is much greater 
than the interchange travel over each of the defendant roads. 

The two passenger stations are now situated about two blocks apart. The 
two points suggested by petitioners for location of a union passenger station 
are on the Atlantic Coast Line right of way, one where the passenger station 
of that line is now located and the other just across the street therefrom. 
Therefore the Norfolk Southern Railroad would have to acquire trackage 
rights over the main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad or buy property 
and build a road in order to reach either of the suggested sites, all of which 
would be expensive. It does not ^appear that any of the ways suggested are 
practicable. Counsel for petitioners announced that his clients did not want 
a union passenger station erected at the point where defendants' roads 
crossed each other. There is close connection with only one train of each 
road, namely, the northbound morning train, the Atlantic Coast Line train 
being scheddled to arrive at 8:15 a. m— A. C. L. is required to wait fifteen 
minutes if N. and S. train is behind schedule— and the Norfolk Southern 
train at 8 a. m. Schedules for other trains give ample time to transfer from 
one station to the other. Defendants arranged to sell tickets and check bag- 
gage to points on each other's roads since the petition in this case was filed. 
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad has sufficient business and revenue at 
Wilson to justify it in erecting a commodious passenger depot. There is no 
evidence as to the business and revenue of the Norfolk Southern Railroad 
at this point, notwithstanding the allegation of the Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road that the character of passenger service it was giving the division of 
which Wilson forms a part is far in excess of the patronage accorded it and 
that it is operated at a loss. 

The Commission is of the opinion that petitioners are not entitled to the 
relief they seek. It is apparent that the burden of establishing a union 
station would fall principally upon the Norfolk Southern Railroad. The 
Atlantic Coast Line admits the inadequacy of its passenger station and its 
willingness to erect a station fully adequate. The only points suggested for 
the establishment of a union station are on its main line, so that it would 
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10 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

the station. As the two stations are two blocks apart, the Norfolk Southern 
Railroad would have to acquire, in some way, a road to the points suggested. 
The Norfolk Southern Railroad could have erected its station at the crossing 
of the two roads or at any point on its main line in the southern part of the 
city, but for the convenience of travel to and from Wilson, which constitutes 
the greater portion of its travel at that point, they bought property, built 
a road, erected a passenger station and is operating its trains at consider- 
ably greater expense than if the station had been erected on its main line. 

If it is necessary to provide for such of the travel as is interchanged from 
one road to the other the point at which that is the most practicable is where 
the two roads cross each other. Petitioners' counsel, however, stated that 
they did not want facilities provided at that point. 

It does not appear to the Commission, upon all facts and circumstances 
in this case, as practicable or necessary to grant the relief prayed for, and 
it is, therefore, 

Ordered, that the petition be dismissed. 

October 14, 1912. Franklin McNeill, 

Chairman. 

Travis, Commissioner, Dissenting : I am unable to agree with the decision 
of the majority of the Commission in this case. 

I think there are sufficient reasons shown for the establishment of a union 
depot at Wilson. It is a point at which the interchange travel between the 
two roads is already considerable and will, in a few years, grow to very 
important proportions. If a union station is not ordered, now at this point, 
and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad erects an adequate station, as they 
propose to do, they will have the argument for years to come that both 
roads have adequate stations, and this may serve to prevent the traveling 
public from ever securing this great convenience at Wilson. 

I am of the opinion that it should be the policy of this Commission to ulti- 
mately secure union stations at all intersections of railroads at which the 
interchange travel is of consequence. This policy should be so pursued that 
within a reasonable period there would be no important intersections of 
railroads in the State at which the public would not have the convenience 
of a union station. 

It is true that the depots of both of the railroads in this case are con- 
veniently located so far as the citizens ot Wilson are concerned, but the 
great need for a union station is not for the passengers going to or coming 
from Wilson, but for that rapidly increasing number of passengers who 
interchange between the two roads at this point; and while the two stations 
are not far distant from each other, when we consider the fact that many 
of the interchanging passengers are women and children, without experi- 
ence in traveling, unacquainted with the locality, and that all of the inter- 
changing passengers are more or less perturbed by fear of missing connec- 
tion because of the time which it takes to go from one station to the other, 
it can not be disputed that a union station would add very much to the com- 
fort and convenience of this class of travel. 

It is true also that the Norfolk Southern Railroad has acquired right of 
way into the town of Wilson at great expense, and just a few years ago, but 
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DECISIONS AND COMPLAINTS. 11 

it a most desirable and convenient freight terminal, the advantage of which 
is easily worth the outlay which that company made. 

I am of the opinion that the union station should be established either 
at the present site of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station or on the lot 
on the south side of the street opposite it, and that the Norfolk Southern 
Railroad should be authorized to condemn a right of way for a track from 
the crossing of the two roads, along the right of way of the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad, to this point. It could then back into and out of that station 
in practically the same time and with as little inconvenience as it now does 
into its present station. And while this would entail a comparatively heavy 
burden upon the Norfolk Southern Railroad, I think the importance which 
Wilson is destined to acquire as a point of interchange travel, and the great 
convenience it would be to the traveling public for all time to come, would 
fully justify the outlay, and warrant this Commission in ordering a union 
station. 

I can not be content with the contemplation that through all the years 
to come the traveling public will be without a union station at this impor- 
tant point, but will be subjected for all time to the same inconveniences 
which now obtain there. E. L. Travis, 

October 14, 1912. Commissioner. 



CITIZENS OP BLADEN COUNTY v. VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTH- 
ERN RAILROAD COMPANY— DEPOT FACILITIES. 

This is a proceeding to require defendant to erect and maintain a passenger 
and freight station at Underwood's Siding in Bladen County. 

Defendant resisted the complaint and alleged that the branch of its road 
on which this siding is located, running from St. Pauls, in Robeson County, 
to Elizabethtown, in Bladen County, of twenty-seven miles in length was 
opened for business in January, 1911, and that for the purpose of serving 
the territory at and around Underwood's siding it had established flag stops 
at Tobomorey and Duart, points about four miles apart, Underwood's siding 
being between and within about two miles of each one of them, and that its 
business and revenue will not justify establishing another station as con- 
tended for by complainants, and that defendant intends to erect suitable 
buildings at above flag stops and establish regular stations thereat as soon 
as the business and revenue will justify it. 

Typewritten copy of the evidence was made, which is on file in this office. 

Several of the witnesses offered by petitioners testified that if only one 
station could be established in that territory that Underwood's siding would 
be the most central point and the best point for it, but that the two stations 
at the points proposed by defendant would be more convenient than one at 
Underwood's siding. 

The Corporation Commission is authorized to require railroads to con- 
struct depots when the revenue and business is sufficient to justify it, but in 
a case like this no nearer to each other than five miles. (See Revisal of 
1905, sec. 1097.) 

Tobomorey and Duart are each situated on one of the public highways 
which serve that territory, while Underwood's siding is not on any highway. 

It appears from all the evidence in this case that if suitable stations are 

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provided at Tobomorey and Duart that the public in that territory will have 
ample depot facilities; and it is, therefore, 

Ordered, that this proceeding be dismissed. 

December 5, 1912. -Franklin McNeill, 

Chairman. 



ASHEVILLE TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TO THE COM- 
MISSION—TELEPHONE RATES FOR HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. 

In the matter of application of the Asheville Telephone and Telegraph 
Company to the Commission for approval of the following schedule of tele- 
phone rates for the town of Hendersonville: 

For unlimited special line business service. .. .$3.50 per month. 

For unlimited duplex line business service.... 3.00 per month. 

For unlimited special line residence service... 2.00 per month. 

For unlimited duplex line residence service... 1.50 per month. 

After consideration of the facts in the case, upon hearing and argument 
of counsel by brief, the Commission authorizes the Asheville Telephone and 
Telegraph Company to apply the following schedule of rates from and after 
January 1, 1913: 

For unlimited special line business service. .. .$3.00 per re;., nth. 
For unlimited duplex line business service.... 2.50 per month. 
For unlimited special line residence service... 2.00 per month. 
For unlimited duplex line residence service. . . 1.50 per month. 
For unlimited party line residence service.... 1.25 per month. 
(Not more than 4 phones on a line.) 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 

December 21, 1912. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED 



Town of Andrews v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to con- 
dition of depot facilities- Plans submitted and approved for new depot at 
that place. Case closed. 

W. W. Sawyer v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition asking 
for establishment of agency at Travis, station on defendant company's road. 
Agency established and agent secured. Case closed. 

Town of Claremont v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to depot 
accommodations at Claremont. Railroad company's attention is called to 
the fact that law requires separate waiting room for passengers, and de- 
fendant company advises that plans are drawn providing separate waiting 
rooms. Case closed. 

Bryson City v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of depot accommo- 
dations. Adjusted. 

Sargeant & Sargeant v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint 
of station accommodations at Moyock. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Ernul v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as 
to station accommodations. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Derita v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for 
establishment of depot. It appearing that Derita is within five miles of 
another station, and the Commission's authority in the establishment of 
stations being limited to within five miles of another station, case is dis- 
missed. 

Burlington v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to depot accom- 
modations, complainants claiming that depot is not properly lighted. Ad- 
justed. 

Citizens of Beta v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for depot, with 
ticket office and agent. Beta being within five miles of another station and 
the Commission's authority in establishing stations being limited to within 
five miles of another station, case is dismissed. 

Miss Gertrude Royster v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Durham and 
Southern Railway Company. Complaint of depot accommodations at Cary. 
Matter is taken up with defendant companies and adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Petition for discontinu- 
ance of Glass as agency, making same prepay station. Granted. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application to establish 
agency at Rhodhiss, station on the Norfolk and Western Railway, same to 
be temporary. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to close 
agency at Whiting. Granted. 

Town of Pembroke v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. Complaint as to depot accommodations. Dismissed. 



14 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company to the Commission. Permission 
to discontinue Hope Mills station. Granted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Application to change 
location of depot at Bladenboro. Granted. 

H. B. Parker and E. T. Darden v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 
and Chowan Motor Company. Complaint as to train and boat connection 
at Tunis. Dismissed. 

Travelers' Protective Association v. Aberdeen and Asheboro Railroad Com- 
pany. Complaint as to defendant company not putting on the passenger 
rate in accordance with law with reference to rate for roads 100 miles in 
length, this road having become part of the Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern 
Railway. Defendant company advised that they should put in effect the 
two and one-half" cents passenger rate, and case closed. 

M. J. Hawkins v. Southern Railway Company. Refund of unused portion 
of ticket. Refund made to plaintiff and case closed. 

J. L. Hartsell v. The Pullman Company. Complaint as to inability to re- 
serve Pullman space from Charlotte to Philadelphia. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Balsam v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking for 
extension of train No. 21 to Balsam. Dismissed. 

C. E. Weatherby v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to sale of 
tickets from Goldsboro to points on A. C. L. via Selma, defendant company 
refusing to sell same except to Fayetteville. Matter is taken up with de- 
fendant company and advised that sale of tickets should be made to points 
on A. C. L. and baggage checked to these points. Closed. 

Corporation Commission v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. In the matter of 
sale of tickets from Raleigh to Elmore, passengers having to buy ticket to 
Hamlet and check baggage and then recheck baggage and purchase ticket 
at Hamlet at Elmore. Commission advised that arrangements are being made 
to sell tickets to this point. Case closed. 

O. Vernon Hicks v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of refusal of 
defendant company to sell through ticket from Goldsboro to Rockingham. 
Matter adjusted, and Commission advised that tickets will be sold between 
these points in the future. Case closed. 

T. A. Lyon v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. Complaint of excess 
baggage charge: Adjusted. 

J. G. Moye v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of refusal of de- 
fendant company to issue ticket from Raleigh to Conetoe on mileage ex- 
change. Adjusted. 

City of Charlotte to the Commission. Petition for Pullman service between 
Raleigh and Charlotte. Adjusted. 

American Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge 

in passenger fare from Hazelwood to Waynesville. It appearing that the 
rate charged was correct, case closed. 

Rev. W. E. Swain v. Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway Company. 
Complaint of car accommodations between Aberdeen and Asheboro. Ad- 
justed. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED. 15 

Murphy Board of Trade v. Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company. 
Complaint of depot facilities, and also train service. Train service improved 
by reinstating former service which had been discontinued. Case closed. 

W. T. Dortch v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
passenger train service, defendant company holding its train at New Bern 
for Washington connection. Adjusted. 

W. C. Brinsoh v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint as to 
train service between Mackey's Ferry and Belhaven. Adjusted. 

J. E. Coburn, Bryson City, v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
train service between Bryson City and Fontana. Dismissed. 

Southport and Wilmington Telegraph Company to the Commission. Per- 
mission to discontinue service. Petitioner advised that the Commission's 
permission would not be required to discontinue operation of its service. 
Dismissed. 

H. G. Connor, Jr., v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Failure of 
defendant company to bulletin train at Wilson. Adjusted. 

Prof. H. B. Craven v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of passenger 
service on Asheville division on January 1, 1912. Adjusted. 

J. B. Harnsberger v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company Complaint 
of accommodations furnished passengers at Rocky Mount on certain occasion. 
Adjusted. 

T. W. Fenner v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company and Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company. Complaint of failure of trains to make connection 
at Wilson. Adjusted. 

J. F. Gilliam v. Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of passenger schedule on the Durham and Charlotte division of de- 
fendant company. Commission is advised that defendant company has under 
consideration revision of schedule, which will soon be put in effect. Case 
closed. 

J. L. Aldridge v. East Carolina Railway. Complaint of passenger service. 
Adjusted. 

H. Gahagan v. Madison County Railway Company. Complaint of train 
schedule on train of defendant company. This being combination of freight 
and passenger train, and matter explained to the Commission by defendant 
company. Closed. 

Bruce Craven v. Southern Railway Company and Raleigh, Charlotte and 
Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to service between High Point 
and Asheboro, trains failing to make connection. Adjusted. 

W. J. Clement v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Train connection 
at Goldsboro with Atlantic Coast Line train in afternoon. It appearing to 
the Commission not reasonable to expect defendant company to hold its 
train for the length of time that would be necessary to make the connection 
on account of resulting inconvenience to passengers, case is dismissed. 

Dr. J. W. Jones v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of train ac- 
commodations between Winston-Salem and Charlotte. Dismissed. 



16 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

G. C. Buquo v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for siding facilities. 
Granted. 

Landis Milling Company v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for 
siding facilities. Granted. 

Simpkins & Moore v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition for 
siding facilities. Granted. 

Middlesex Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Peti- 
tion for siding facilities. Granted. 

T. J. Underwood v. Virginia and Carolina Southern Railway Company. 
Petition for siding facilities. Granted. 

Planters' Ginnery and Fertilizer Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company. Petition for siding facilities. Granted. 

M. L. Martin v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for siding facilities. 
Dismissed. 

L. E. Dickson v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company. Complaint 
as to facilities for loading shipments at side track. Adjusted. 

Guilford Lumber Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Petition for siding facilities. Petition served, answer filed and served. Com- 
plainant being asked to advise if hearing was desired and no answer being 
received, case is dismissed. 

Merchants of Washington v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition for installation of track 
scales. Scales installed and case closed. 

Citizens of Pittsboro v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of condi- 
tion of Pittsboro branch of defendant company. Improvements made and 
case closed. 

Gibson Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company and Board 
of County Commissioners of Cabarrus County. Complaint that crossing near 
mill of complainant is dangerous. Dismissed. 

Town of Graham v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of condition 
of railroad crossing at Graham. Commission is advised by defendant com- 
pany that crossings have been put in proper shape. Case closed. 

T. L. Gwyn v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to lack of ade- 
quate stock pens at Marshall. Dismissed. 

J. I. Case Machinery Company v. North Carolina Service Association. 
Claim of $5.77 for storage charge on threshing machine. Refund made; 
case closed. 

Morrison & Smith v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for refund of 
demurrage charge. Dismissed. 

C. B. West v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of switching 
service at Greenville. It appearing that the track to which car was switched 
was public team track, and that defendant company could not be required 
to furnish delivery of freight from another line on their public team track, 
case dismissed. 



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CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED. 17 

Prick Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of switching 
charge on shipment of machinery at Salisbury. Dismissed. 

Carolina Peanut Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and 
Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of refusal of defendant companies 
to switch cars at Weldon. Dismissed. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Application to close ware- 
house at Henderson at 2 p. m. on Saturdays. Granted. 

Merchants and Manufacturers of Washington v. Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company. Complaint of freight depot facilities. Defendant company 
advises that new arrangements made and completed with reference to freight 
depot. Case closed. 

Universal Oil and Fertilizer Company v. Merchants and Farmers Steamboat 
Company. Complaint of failure of defendant company to issue bill of lading. 
Adjusted. 

H. B. Craven v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of freight service. 
Adjusted. 

Southern Wheel Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of 
delay in handling shipments. Adjusted. 

Dr. R. M. Waldrop v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of delay in 
handling shipments of ice. Adjusted. 

T. H. Hastings v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of loading facili- 
ties at Dillsboro. Dismissed. 

Washington Exchange Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint of unloading facilities for stock at Washington. Facilities fur- 
nished; case closed. 

J. A. Taylor & Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of delay in moving shipments. Adjusted. 

Southport Retail Merchants Association v. Wilmington, Brunswick and 
Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of freight service. Adjusted. 

Kramer Bros. Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of facilities for handling L. C. L. shipments. Adjusted. 

Burgaw Grocery and T. Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Complaint of freight service. Adjusted. 

Newton Cotton Mills v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of failure 
of defendant company to furnish cars. Adjusted. 

Savons Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Com-* 
plaint of delay in handling shipments of freight. Adjusted. 

Shields Commissary v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of failure of defendant company to move cars from siding. Adjusted. 

Colonial Pine Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of failure to furnish cars. Adjusted. 

C. E. Davis v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of delay in handling 
shipments at Kelford. Dismissed. 






N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



The J. L. Fountain Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company and 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Matter of joint traffic arrangement 
between defendant companies. Adjusted. 

Orinoco Supply Company v. Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Company. 
Complaint of failure to make prompt delivery of shipments. Adjusted. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association to the Commission. Ruling 
as to shipment of furniture in car-load quantity of two or more articles of 
different classes. The Commission advises that while there is no definite 
ruling covering this, it is of opinon that car-load quantity of two or more 
articles should be handled at the rate of- the highest class article. Closed. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association to the Commission. 
Complaint with reference to overflow shipments. Dismissed. 

J. H. Mitchell & Son v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of failure 
to furnish cars. Adjusted. 

J. D. Judd Lumber Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of 
car supply. Dismissed. 

Corporation Commission v. Southern Express Company. Matter of pro- 
viding facilities for distribution to the central and eastern parts of the State 
of perishable products from the western part of the State, such as apples, 
cabbage, etc. Circular No. 175 issued. 

L. C. Marriner v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of de- 
lay in forwarding shipment. Adjusted. 

Burgaw Grocery and T. Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Complaint of refusal of defendant company to accept shipments to Van Eden. 
Dismissed. 

Chas. S. Wallace v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of 
delay in handling shipments of fish. Adjusted. 

W. P. Taylor v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
wharf facilities at Tunis. Facilities at this place having been destroyed by 
fire, and defendant advising that facilities would be restored as early as 
possible, case closed. 

S. C. Vann v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of delay 
in handling shipments. Adjusted. 

Salem Iron Works v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of shortage 
in cars. Adjusted. 

Shields Commissary v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of freight service at Norfleet, company refusing to issue bill of lading. Ad- 
justed. 

Merchants of Albemarle v. Southern Railway Company and Winston-Salem 
Southbound Railway Company. Complaint as to transfer of freight at Albe- 
marle. Dismissed. 

W. S. Clark & Son v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
of delay in shipment. Adjusted. 

Little River Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of shortage of cars for shipments of lumber. Adjusted. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLitfNTS ADJUSTED. 19 

J. A. Lewis v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of unfair competi- 
tion by reason of defendant company being a regular dealer in fruits and 
produce. Dismissed. 

J. Hicks Bunting Drug Company v. Southern Express Company. Com- 
plaint of express service. Adjusted. 

Wilmington Wholesale and Retail Grocerymen and Commission Men v. 
Southern Express Company. Complaint of express service. Adjusted. 

W. H. Dail v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of service at Kinston. 
Adjusted. 

J. L. Mayo v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of charge for return 
of money. Dismissed. 

Artesian Well Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of ex- 
press service. Dismissed. 

W. H. Yopp v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of express service 
in reference to C. O, D. shipments. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Goldsboro v. Southern Express Company. Complaint as to 
delivery limits. Defendant company advising that delivery limits will be 
extended, case is closed. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Southern Express 
Company. Complaint of delivery service at Charlotte. Adjusted. 

Raleigh Telephone Company v. Southern Express Company. Installation 
of telephone of complainant in defendant's office at Raleigh. Defendant com- 
pany is advised that phone service should be installed. Case closed. 

J. W. Alfred v. Pamlico and Beaufort Telephone Company. Complaint 
of telephone service. Adjusted. 

Walter R. Byford v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

Miss Annie C. Rutledge v. Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

J. W. Ramsey v. Asheville Telephone Company. Complaint of defendant 
company requiring payment- for service three months in advance. It appear- 
ing that this is rule of the company, case dismissed. 

Warsaw v. Hallsville Telephone Company. Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

Citizens of Iredell County v. Iredell Telephone Company. Complaint of 
service. Adjusted. 

J. Frank Houston v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

E. E. Sherrill, S. T. Norris, H. H. Blaylock et al. v. Iredell Telephone Com- 
pany. Complaint of service. Adjusted. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. Ap- 
plication for rates for Wendell. Granted. 

Town of Cary v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of discontinuance of long distance service. Service restored. Case 
closed. 



20 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Corporation Commission v. Western Union Telegraph Company. The mat- 
ter of providing office at Montreat for the accommodation of people during 
the summer months. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Staley v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Petition for 
office at Staley. Dismissed. 

Burke Tanning Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for over- 
charge on shipment of bark. Claim paid. 

Bennie Jethrow v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $8.48 
for shipment not delivered. Claim paid. 

Brooke G. Empie v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim of 
$15.49, overcharge on shipment of ties. Claim paid. 

W. O. Dixon v. East Carolina Railway Company. Claim of 25 cents, over- 
charge on shipment of oysters. Claim paid. 

Weathers Furniture Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for 
damaged shipment. Adjusted. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. Claim of $1.89, overcharge on shipment of fertilizer material. Claim 
paid. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way. Overcharge on shipment of logs. Claim paid. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim for overcharge on 
shipment of logs. Claim paid. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Express Company. Claim for 35 cents, over- 
charge. Claim paid. 

J. M. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $26.31 
for goods not delivered. Claim paid. 

J. M. Woodley v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $1.50 for shipment 
not delivered. Claim paid. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company. Claim of $4.65, overcharge on shipment of logs. Claim paid. 

A.. H. Cayton v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for shipment not 
delivered. Adjusted. 

J. L. Griffin & Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim 
of $11.25 for damage and shortage in shipment. Claim paid. 

J. W. Ward v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $2.85 for 
lost freight. Claim paid. 

H. J. Reed v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for loss of 
shipment of bran. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association to the Commission. 
Claim for overcharge on shipment of ice. Defendant company, Southern 
Railway, advises that voucher will be issued covering claim. Case closed. 

C. E. Young & Son v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $5 
for overcharge on shipment of hay. Claim paid. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED. 21 

Imperial Tobacco Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim of $4.73, overcharge on shipment of 
tobacco baskets. Claim paid. 

W. M. Pitts v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and Seaboard Air 
Line Railway. Claim for overcharge on shipment of logs. Claim paid. 

Russell Bros. v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $4.40 for lost ship- 
ment of egg cases. Adjusted. 

T. Ivey v. Southern Express Company. Claim for overcharge on empty peach 
crates, complainant claiming that rates were charged for on wrong basis. 
Refund is made by defendant company. 

C. H. Robinson Company v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company. Over- 
charge on shipment of goods. Adjusted. 

B. Whiting v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $1.70 on shipment 
of cash register. Claim paid. 

J. W. Saunders v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge on shipment of drugs. Adjusted. 

Cooper Brothers v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharge on 
shipment of stone. Adjusted. 

Robertson Fertilizer Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for overcharge on shipment of fertilizer. Adjusted. 

H. W. Norman v. Southern Express Company. Claim for $8.10 for ship- 
ments of eggs not delivered. Claim paid. 

Tom C. Hege v. Southern Express Company. Claim of $1 for damaged 
shipment. Claim paid. 

H. B. Mayo v. Southern Express Company. Claim of 18 cents for excessive 
charge on box of hides. Claim paid. 

H. B. Mayo v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of 9 cents, 
overcharge on shipment of seed cotton. Claim paid. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission to make re- 
fund on shipment of crushed stone from Graham to Granite Quarry, same 
being moved on wrong rate. Permission granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission to make re- 
fund on shipment of cement. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission to make re- 
fund of overcharge on shipment of bags to American Tobacco Company. 
Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission to refund 
overcharge on scrap mica to Asheville Mica Company. Granted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Permission to make re- 
fund of overcharge on shipments of granite. Granted. 

North Carolina Cotton Oil Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. Claim of overcharge on shipment of cotton seed. It appearing there 
is contention as to routing of shipment, case is dismissed. 



22 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company to the Commission. Per- 
mission to make refund of overcharge on shipment of cordwood. Granted. 

W. K. Jacobson v. Norfolk Southern. Railroad Company. Claim of 66 cents, 
overcharge in shipment. Claim paid. 

W. K. Jacobson v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company. Claim of over- 
charge on shipment plate matter. It appearing that there is no overcharge, 
case is dismissed. 

H. G. Morgan, v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $6.97, 
overcharge on shipment of lumber. Claim paid. 

H. G. Morgan v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $8.75, 
overcharge on shipment of lumber. Complainant failing to furnish informa- 
tion asked for, case is dismissed. 

H. R. Pender v. The Callahan Line. Claim for overcharge on shipment 
of oranges from Florida. Dismissed for want of jurisdiction, this being an 
interstate shipment. 

Greenville Board of Trade, S. C, v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for overcharge on shipment of lumber on account of routing. Dismissed. 

W. T. Parker v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim of $15, overcharge on 
shipment of horse. It appearing that the rate charged was rate on file and 
approved for railway company, and .same being without the jurisdiction of 
the Commission on account of same being an interstate shipment, claim is 
declined. 

H. B. Knox v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Claim for overcharge 
on ten-word message. Dismissed. 

W. B. Swain v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge on shipment of empty barrels. Dismissed. 

Ray Williams v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for over- 
charge on shipment of buggy. It appearing that there is no overcharge on 
shipment, case is dismissed. 

L. H. Allen v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim of $46 for 
shipment lost in transit. Dismissed. 

Bryson City Pump Works Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim 
for overcharge on shipment of porch columns. Dismissed. 

S. J. Turner v. Linville River Railway Company. Complaint of overcharge 
in passenger rate. Adjusted. 

Fred Oliver v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of charge 
for delivery of messages at Charlotte. Dismissed. 

T. W. Brackett v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of overcharge, 
same being due to excess of actual weight of short-leaf pine. Circulars Nos. 
170 and 178 issued. 

J. W. Cannon v. Southern Railway Company. Classification of Cotton 
Towels. Circular No. 177 issued. 

Southeastern Veneer Association v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and At- 
lantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Rate on poplar logs. Circulars Nos. 
157, 163 and 168 issued. 



CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED. 23 

Fred Oliver and F. D. Jones v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, 
Seaboard Air Line, Southern Railway Company and Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road Company. Extension of table of rates on firewood. Circulars Nos. 152 
and 176 issued. 

Corporation Commission v. Southern Express Company. Rate on fish. 
Circular No. 169 issued. 

J. W. Rutherford v. Madison County Railway Company. Rate on lumber. 
Order issued. 

Elba Manufacturing Company to the Commission. Application for cotton- 
seed meal to be included in list of fertilizer material. Dismissed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
cancel Tariff A-145, special rate on lumber. Same being without the control 
of the Commission, case is dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to cancel 
Rate Issue B-17355, rate on bananas. Granted. 

Patten Package Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Norfolk South- 
ern Railroad Company. Rate on truck packages. Dismissed. 

Greensboro Chamber of Commerce to the Commission. Complaint of rate 
on prunes. Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Classification 
of locomotives and tenders. Circular No. 160 issued. 

Shippers Agency to the Commission. Reduction of classification on Jerusa- 
lem oak seed. Adjusted. 

Southern Roller Stave and Heading Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad 
Company. Rate on gum logs. Adjusted. 

W. C. Meadows Mill Company v. Southern Railway Company. Rate on 
mill-stones. Dismissed. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company to the Commission. Appli- 
cation for rate on wood for manufacture of pulp, extract and acids. Denied. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Classification of iron and 
steel drums. Circular No. 161 issued. 

Young & Hughes to the Commission. Classification of iron pipe fittings. 
Circular No. 167 issued. 

Caraleigh Phosphate and Fertilizer Company v. Norflok Southern Rail- 
road Company. Special rate on fertilizer New Bern to Goldsboro. Rate re- 
issued. Case closed. 

Elizabeth City Cotton Mills v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rate 
on cotton. Adjusted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Classification 
of fertilizer material, kainit. Circular No. 162 issued. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Classification galvanized 
sheet iron tobacco hogsheads. Circular No. 164 issued. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association to the Commission. 
Classification on elevator weights. Circular No. 172 issued. 



24 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Corporation Commission v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, Sea- 
board Air Line Railway and Southern Railway Company. Rate on coal. 
Circular No. 166 issued. 

City of Rocky Mount v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Freight 
rate on granite curb. Adjusted. 

Neuse Manufacturing Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Freight 
rate on crushed stone. Adjusted. 

Linville River Railway Company to the Commission. Application for 
special rate on crushed stone to Newland. Granted. 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company to the Commission. Classification on 
smoking tobacco in tins. Dismissed. 

Fair Bluff Hardware Company to the Commission. Car-load rates on wire 
fencing. Circular No. 173 issued. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Classification of soja 
beans. Circular No. 170 issued. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Rate on log- 
ging outfit. Granted. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Classification 
of culvert pipe. Circular No. 174 issued. 

Guilford Ginning Company v. Norfolk Southern Rainoad Company. Rate 
on cotton. Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Special rates 
on building material, etc., for Hilton Lumber Company. Granted. 

S. Breen & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Change 
in classification on felt on interstate shipment. Adjusted. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company to the Commission. Mini- 
mum weight on excelsior. Dismissed. 

J. A. Taylor and Acme Manufacturing Company v. Seaboard Air Line 

Railway. Tariff file at Wilmington. Adjusted. 

Chas. S. Wallace v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Discrimination 

in rate on half barrels for packing fish. Adjusted. 

George B. Nissen & Company v. Southern Railway Company. Classifica- 
tion and overcharge on wagon felloes. Claim for overcharge paid complain- 
ant and classification adjusted. 

Morganton Grocery Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
of discrimination in rate on Irish potatoes. Adjusted. 

Cumberland Lumber Company to the Commission. Weights for poles or 
piles loaded in two or more cars. Dismissed. 

McEwen Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Mileage rates 
in computing rate on lumber. Adjusted. 



RELATION OF RAILROAD COMPANIES TO FREIGHT TARIFFS. 



The railroad companies doing business in the State of North Carolina will 
be allowed to apply the Freight Tariffs for the transportation of freight in 
accordance with tables hereinafter given. 



DEDUCTIONS FOR JOINT HAUL. 



All rates, classes and commodities are subject to a deduction of 25 per cent 
on all joint shipments over the following lines: 



DEDUCTIONS FOR JOINT HAUL. 



Atlantic Coast Line. 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio. 
Louisville and Nashville. 
Norfolk Southern. 



Norfolk and Western. 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern.* 

Seaboard Air Line. 

Southern Railway (all lines). 



LINES EXEMPT FROM JOINT HAUL DEDUCTIONS. 



Aberdeen and Asheboro.f 

Aberdeen and Rockfish. 

Appalachian. 

Asheville and East Tennessee. 

Atlantic and Western. 

Black Mountain. 

Bonlee and Western. 

Carolina and North Western. , 

Cliffside. 

Dover and Southbound. 

Durham and Charlottef 

Durham and South Carolina. 

Durham and Southern. 

East Carolina. 

East Tennessee and Western North Carolina. 

Elkin and Alleghany. 

Fosburgh Lumber Co. 

Hemlock. 

Kinston-Carolina. 

Kinston and Snow Hill. 

Laurinburg and Southern. 

Lawndale. 

Linville River. 

Madison County. 

Maxton, Alma and Southbound. 



Montgomery Lumber Co. 

Mount Airy and East. 

New Hanover Transit Co. 

Northampton and Hertford. 

North and South Carolina. 

Piedmont. 

Raleigh and Charleston. 

Raleigh and Southport.t 

Randolph and Cumberland. 

Red Springs and Bowmore. 

Roanoke. 

Roanoke River. 

Rockingham. 

Sanford and Troy.f 

Smoky Mountain. 

Snowbird Valley. 

Swannanoa. 

Tennessee and North Carolina. 

Virginia and Carolina Southern. 

Warrenton. 

Washington and Vandemere. 

Weldon Lumber Co. 

Wellington and Powellsville. 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern. 

Winston-Salem Southbound. 



Except on joint hauls of fertilizer, a discount of 20 per cent shall be made by each carrier, and on 
cotton, cotton seed, and cotton-seed hulls a discount of 10 per cent shall be made. 



♦Effective February 16, 1912. 

tThese roads consolidated February 16, 1912, forming Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway 
Co., and are no longer exempt. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES. 



Applicable to all lines in the State except those lines for which different 
tariff 1ms been approved for such commodity, as will appear by examination 
of tariff for such lines published in this report. 

RATES OF FREIGHT ON COTTON SEED AND COTTON-SEED HULLS. 

PER TON 2,000 POUNDS. 



Distance. 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 
Packed. 


Distance. 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 
Packed. 


5 miles 


Per Ton. 

$ .60 

.70 

.80 

.80 

.90 

.90 

.95 

.95 

1.00 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.10 

1.15 

1.15 

1.15 

1.20 

1.20 

1.25 


Per Ton. 

$ .75 
.87* 


100 miles 


Per Ton. 

$ 1.25 
1.30 
1.30 
1.35 
1.35 
1.40 
1.40 
1.45 
1.45 
1.50 


Per Ton. 
$ 1.56* 
1 62| 




2 

l.oo : 

1.00 
1.12* | 
1.12* j 
1.18f i 
1.18| 
1.25 
1.25 


120 miles . 


1 62| 


20 miles ._■ 


130 miles 


1.68| 






1.681 
1.75 


30 miles 




35 miles 

40 miles 

45 miles 


160 miles 

170 miles 

180 miles .. 

190 miles 


1.75 

1.81| 

1.81| 

1.87* 


55 miles 


1.31* 
1.31* 
1.37* 

1.37* 

1.43f 
1.43f i 
1.50 
1.50 
1.561 


200 miles 

210 miles 


1.50 
1.55 
1.55 
1.60 
1.60 
1.65 
1.65 


1.87* 
1.93f 




220 miles 


1.93f 




230 miles . 


2.00 




240 miles 


2.00 


80 miles. 


250 miles 


2.06* 


85 miles. 


260 miles 


2.06* 


90 miles 


270 miles 


1.70 


2.12* 


' 





Circulars Nos. 9-10. 

FERTILIZER RATES. 

C. L. TEN (10) TONS MINIMUM, PER TON 2,000 POUNDS. 



Distance. 


Per Ton. 


Distance. 


Per Ton. 




$ .60 
.80 
1.00 
1.10 
1.20 
1.30 
1.40 
1.50 
1.60 
1.70 
1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
2.10 
2.20 
2.30 
2.40 
2.50 
2.55 
2.60 
2.65 




$ 2.70 




210 miles and over 200 


2.75 




220 miles and over 210 


2.80 




230 miles and over 220 


2.85 




240 miles and over 230 


2.90 




250 miles and over 240 .. 


2.95 




260 miles and over 250 


3.00 


60 miles and over 50 *. 


270 miles and over 260 

280 miles and over 270 

290 miles and over 280 

300 miles and over 290 

310 miles and over 300 

320 miles and over 310 

330 miles and over 320 

340 miles and over 330 

350 miles and over 340. 

360 miles and over 350 

370 miles and over 360 

380 miles and over 370 

390 miles and over 380 

400 miles and over 390 


3.05 
3.10 




3.15 




3.20 




3.25 




3.30 


120 miles and over 110 


3.35 
3.40 




3.45 




3.50 




3.55 




3.60 


180 miles and over 170 


3.65 
3.70 







On less than car-load shipments rates may be made 20 per cent higher than above. 
Circulars Nos. 1-13. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES. 



27 



RATES OF FREIGHT ON COTTON. 

IN BALES, PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distance. 


Cents. 


Distance. 


Cents. 




9 

9 

11 
13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 

20 


80 miles 


23 




24 






24 


20 miles. 




25 




100 miles 


25 






26 




120 miles. 


27 




130 miles . . 


28 






29 






30 






31 




21 

22 


: 170 miles 


32 




1 180 miles 


33 


70 miles.. 


22 
23 


, 190 miles 


34 




200 miles. 


35 









Circular No. 18. 



MINIMUM CHARGE FOR SINGLE SHIPMENTS. 



Distance. 


Cents. 


Distance. 


Cents. 




15 
15 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 




19 






19 






19 


20 miles.. 


100 miles 


19 






20 




120 miles 


20 




130 miles 


21 






21 






22 


50 miles 


160 miles.. 


22 




170 miles. . 


23 




180 miles 


24 




190 miles. . .. .. 


24 


70 miles . . 


200 miles . . 


25 


75 miles- . 




25 


80 miles 











Circular No. 30. 



Corp. 1 — 3 



28 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FREIGHT RATE ON SAND AND LOAM SOIL. 
PER CAR-LOAD 40,000 POUNDS MINIMUM, EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 



Distance. 


Per Car. 


Distance. 


Per Car. 




$ 5.00 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 
9.50 
10.50 
11.50 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
13.00 
13.90 
13.00 
14.00 
14.00 




$ 14 .00 






15.00 






15.00 


20 miles 




15.00 


25 miles 


100 miles-... 


16.00 


30 miles 




16.00 




120 miles 


17.00 




130 miles 


18.00 






18.00 






19.00 




160 miles 


19.00 






20.00 




180 miles 


20.00 


70 miles 


190 miles 


21.00 




200 miles 


21.00 









Circular No. 29. 

FREIGHT RATE ON MARL. 

Ten per cent higher than freight rate on sand and loam soil. Circular No. 121. 



FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 

DOGWOOD, HICKORY, PERSIMMON, GUM, ROUGH OAK, POPLAR, PINE, MAPLE, BIRCH 

AND OTHER HARDWOOD LOGS, PER CAR-LOAD OF 40,000 POUNDS. 

MINIMUM. EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 

(Applicable to lines of Southern Railway in North Carolina.) 



Distance. 


Per Car. 


Distance. 


Per Car. 




$ 5.00 
6.00 
7.00 
8.00 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 


130 miles and over 12Q . 


$ 17 .00 






18.00 






19.00 






20.00 


50 miles and over 40-. 


180 miles and over 160 

200 miles and over 180 


21.00 




22.00 




220 miles and o\er 200 ------- 


23.00 




240 miles and over 220 .- -.. . .. . 


24.00 




260 miles and over 240— . . .. . 


• 25 .00 




280 miles and over 260 

300 miles and over 280 


26.00 




27.00 











Effective September 10, 1912. 
Circular No. 168. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES. 



FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 



DOGWOOD, HICKORY, PERSIMMON, GUMWOOD, ROUGH OAK, POPLAR, PINE, MAPLE, 

BIRCH, AND OTHER HARDWOOD LOGS, PER CAR-LOAD OF 40,000 POUNDS 

MINIMUM. EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 



Distance. 


Per Car. 


Distance. 


Per Car. 




$ 6.50 
7.00 
7.50 
8.50 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 


130 miles and over 120. .. . 


$ 17.00 






18.00 






19.00 




160 miles and over 150 


20.00 




180 miles and over 160 


21.00 




200 miles and over 180 


22.00 




220 miles and over 200.. 


23.00 




240 miles and over 220 


24.00 




260 miles and over 240 


25.00 




280 miles and over 260. ! 26.00 




300 miles and over 280 


27.00 













Durham & South Carolina R. R. Co., Black Mountain Ry. Co., Watauga & Yadkin River Ry. 
Co. and Wilmington, Brunswick & Southern Ry. Co., are exempted from this circular. 
Effective April 20, 1912. 
Circular No. 163. 



FREIGHT RATE ON MOLASSES. 
IN BARRELS OR HOGSHEADS. 



Distance. 


Per 100 
Pounds. 


1 

Per 100 
Distance. Pounds. 




$ .04 
.05 
.05| 
.06 
.06J 
.07 
.07* 
.08 
JO&h 
.09 
.09 
.10 
.10 
.11 
.11 
.12 


100 miles $ .14 




110 miles .15 




120 miles .16 


20 miles 


130 miles . .17 




140 miles .18 


30 miles. 


150 miles .18 




160 miles .19 




1 170 miles. 1 .19 




180 miles .20 




190 miles J .20 




200 miles .20 


60 miles 


1 210 miles *" . .21 




220 miles .21 


70 miles... 


230 miles .21 


75 miles 


240 miles .22 


80 miles.. 


250 miles .22 




.12 
.13 


260 miles .22 


90 miles 


270 miles .22 




1 



30 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FREIGHT RATE ON FERTILIZER MATERIAL. 

From and after January, 1910, the freight rate on fertilizer material, viz. 
ammonia, sulphate of; blood, dried; bones; castor pomace, in bags; potash, 
muriate of; potash, sulphate of; fish scrap; slate, rotten; soda, nitrate of; 
sylvanite; hoof meal, in bags or in bulk; manure, bat, bird, or sheep, in 
bags or in bulk; tankage, acid phosphate, in bulk; kainit, in bulk; minimum 
car-load 25 tons, or 50,000 pounds, shall be 10 per cent less per ton than the 
rate on fertilizer. 

Fertilizer rate shall apply in less quantities. 

Circular No. 125. 



FREIGHT RATE ON COAL. 

From and after February 15, 1910, the freight rate on coal, per ton 2,000 
pounds, car-load minimum 30,000 pounds, will be as follows: 



Distance. 


Per Ton. 


Distance. 


Per Ton. 




$ 0.35 

.50 

.55 

.60 

.65! 

.70 1 

.75 

.80 

.85 

.90 

.90 

.90 

.95 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.09 

1.09 

1.14 

1.14 

1.14 

1.17 

1.20 

1.23 




$ 1.26 






1 29 






1 32 






1 35 






1.38 




200 miles and over 190 


1.41 




210 miles and over 200 


1.44 




220 miles and over 210.. 


1.47 




230 miles and over 220 


1.50 




240 miles and over 230 


1.53 






1.56 






1.59 




270 miles and over 260 

280 miles and over 270 


1.62 




1.65 




290 miles and over 280.. 


1.67 




300 miles and over 290 


1.70 




310 miles and over 300 


1.74 




320 miles and over 310 


1.77 




330 miles and over 320 


1.80 




340 miles and over 330 


1.85 






1.86 




360 miles and over 350 


1.89 




370 miles and over 360 


1.90 




380 miles and over 370 


1.95 









Rule 3 of Circular 36, being Storage and Demurrage Rules, is so amended 
as to allow forty-eight hours instead of seventy-two hours for the loading and 
unloading of coal. 

Circular No. 166. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES. 



31 



FREIGHT RATE ON FIREWOOD. 

IN CAR-LOADS, RELEASED, LOADED AND UNLOADED BY SHIPPER, TEN 
CORDS MINIMUM. 



Distance. 


Per Cord. 


Distance. 


Per Cord. 




$ .50 
.55 
.60 
.70 
.80 
.90 


70 to 90 miles 


$ 1.00 




90 to 110 miles 


1.10 




HOto 130 miles 


1.20 


30 to 40 miles .. 


130 to 150 miles 


1.30 




150 to 170 miles 


1.40 


50 to 70 miles 











Circulars 152 and 176. 



FREIGHT RATE ON BRICK. 

CAR-LOAD LOTS, MINIMUM 10,000 BRICK. 

From and after May 25, 1911, freight rate on brick will be as follows: 






Distance. 


Per 1,000 


Distance. 


Per 1,000 




$ .65 
.90 
.95 
1.00 
1.05 
1.10 
1.15 
1.20 
1.25 
1.30 
1.35 
1.40 
1.45 
1.50 
1.55 




$ 1 60 






1 65 






1 70 


20lmiles 




1 75 


*. 


100 miles 


1 80 


30 miles 


120 miles 


1.95 






2 10 




160 miles 


2 25 




180 miles .. 


2 40 




200 miles.. 


2 65 




220 miles 


2 80 




240 miles.. 


2 95 




260 miles 


3 10 


70 miles 


280 miles. . 


3 25 


75 miles 


300 miles 


3 40 









Repeals all special rates on brick. 
Circular No. 154. 



82 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FREIGHT RATE ON EXCELSIOR. 

L. C. L. PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distance. 


Cents. 


Distance. 


Cents. 




8 

8 
10 
10 
11 

11.5 
■ 13.5 
13.5 
15.5 
15.5 
16.5 
16.5 
17 

« 

17.5 

17.5 

18 

18 

18.5 

18.5 

19 

19 

19 

20 

20 




23 






24 






25 


20 miles and over 15 

25 miles and over 20 

30 miles and over 25 

35 miles and over 30 


190 miles and over 180 

200 miles and over 190 

210 miles and over 200 

220 miles and over 210 

230 miles and over 220 

240 miles and over 230 

250 miles and over 240 

260 miles and over 250.. 

270 miles and over 260 

280 miles and over 270 

' 290 miles and over 280 

300 miles and over 290 


25 

27 
27 
28 
28 




29 




29 




30 


60 miles and over 55 

65 miles and over 60... 

70 miles and over 65 ... 


30 
31 
31 
32 




310 miles and over 300 


32 




320 miles and over 310 


33 




330 miles and over 320— 


33 






34 






34 




1 360 miles and over 350 

370 miles and over 360... 

380 miles nad over 370 

390 miles and over 380 


35 


120 miles and over 110 . 

130 miles and over 120 


35 
36 
36 


150 miles and over 140 







Applicable to Southern Railway lines in North Carolina. 
Circular No. 25. 



FREIGHT RATE ON WOOD FOR MANUFACTURE OF PULP, 
EXTRACT OR ACIDS. 

(Applicable to and from all stations on Southern Railway lines in North 

Carolina.) 

The Corporation Commission has adopted maximum freight 
rate on wood for manufacturing of pulp, extract, or acids, car- 
load, minimum 10 cords, in cents per cord of 128 cubic feet, as 
follows: 

60 miles and under 60 

100 miles and over 60 75 

120 miles and over 100 90 

140 miles and over 120 100 

160 miles and over 140 110 

180 miles and over 160 125 

200 miles and over 180 140 

220 miles and over 200 155 

240 miles and over 220 170 

260 miles and over 240 '. 185 

This the 29th day of October, 1910. 

Circular No. 143. 



CIRCULARS. 



Circular No. 160. 

LOCOMOTIVES AND TENDERS. 

Raleigh, January 25, 1912. 
The North Carolina classification of railroad rolling stock, now reading: 

"Locomotives and tenders, moved by their own power, owner 
to furnish fuel and crew, carrier to furnish pilot, 15 cents per 
mile. 

"Locomotives and tenders, dead, connecting rods and small 
parts liable to be damaged, at option of carrier, to be taken off 
and boxed, 20 cents per mile." 

Changed to read: 

"Locomotives and tenders, moved by their own power, owner 
to furnish fuel and crew, carrier to furnish pilot at expense of 
owner, 15 cents per mile. 

"Locomotives and tenders, dead, or on their own wheels, con- 
necting rods and small parts liable to be damaged, at option of 
carrier, to be taken off and boxed, 20 cents per mile. All ex- 
penses for oil, waste and repairs are in addition to the rates, 
and will be at the expense of the owner." 

Effective March 1, 1912. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



Circular No. 161. 

IRON AND STEEL DRUMS. 

Raleigh, February 6, 1912. 
From and after March 15, 1912, the North Carolina classification now 
reading: 

Class if 
"Iron and steel — Class. Released. 

Drums, empty or returned, used for transporting 
coal oil or its products, LCL 1 3" 

Changed to read: 

"Iron and steel — 

Drums, empty or returned, used for transporting 
coal oil or its products 6" 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Chairman. 

Clerk. 



Circular No. 162. 

Raleigh, March 11, 1912. 

From and after this date North Carolina freight classification, now reading: 

Class. 

Kainit, NOS, LCL 5 

Kainit, NOS, CL 6 

Kainit when shipped to fertilizer factories, see Fertilizers. 



34 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Is withdrawn and the following substituted in lieu thereof: 

Kainit, CL, 50,000 pounds minimum; see fertilizer material. 
Kainit, less than 50,000 pounds, fertilizer rates apply. 

Effective at once. 

Applicable to all railroads. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 163. 

FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 

Raleigh, March 15, 1912. 

From and after April 20, 1912, Circular No. 14, freight rate on dogwood, 
hickory, persimmon and gum logs, will apply also on rough oak, poplar, pine, 
maple, birch and other hardwood logs, and application of this circular will 
be limited to lines of the Southern Railway in this State. 

From and after above date Circular No. 157 is repealed and the following 
substituted in lieu thereof: 

FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 

Dogwood, Hickory, Persimmon, Gumwood, Rough Oak, Poplar, 
Pine, Maple, Birch, and other hardwood logs. 

Per car-load of 40,000 pounds minimum. 

Excess in proportion. 

Distance. Per Car. 

10 miles or under $6.50 

20 miles and over 10 7.00 

30 miles and over 20 7.50 

40 miles and over 30 8.50 

50 miles and over 40 9.00 

60 miles and over 50 10.00 

70 miles and over 60 11.00 

80 miles and over 70 12.00 

90 miles and over 80 13.00 

100 miles and over 90 14.00 

110 miles and over 100 15.00 

120 miles and over 110 16.00 

130 miles and over 120 17.00 

140 miles and over 130 18.00 

150 miles and over 140 19.00 

160 miles and over 150 20.00 

180 miles and over 160 21.00 

200 miles and over 180 22.00 

220 miles and over 200 23.00 

240 miles and over 220 24.00 

260 miles and over 240 25.00 

280 miles and over 260 26.00 

300 miles and over 280 27.00 

Applicable to all railroads except Southern Railway. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULARS. 35 

Circular No. 164. 

GALVANIZED SHEET IRON TOBACCO HOGSHEADS. 

Raleigh, March 19, 1912. 
From and after April 20, 1912, the following addition will be made to the 

North Carolina freight classification: 

Glass. 
Hogsheads, tobacco, galvanized sheet iron, knocked down 

LCL 4 

Same, CL minimum 10,000 lbs 6 

By order of the Commission: Fkanklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 165. 

CLASSIFICATION OF OIL CANS. 

Raleigh, May 3, 1912. 
From and after June 10, 1912, oil cans, tin, boxed or crated, LCL, will be 
classified as second class. . ' 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 166. 

(Superseding Circular No. 127.) 

FREIGHT RATE ON COAL. 

Raleigh, June 22, 1912. 
From and after July 1, 1912, the freight rate on coal, per ton 2,000 pounds, 
car-load minimum 30,000 pounds, will be as follows: 

5 miles and under $ .35 per ton. 

10 miles and over 5 50 per ton. 

15 miles and over 10 55 per ton. 

20 miles and over 15 60 per ton. 

25 miles and over 20 65 per ton. 

30 miles and over 25 70 per ton. 

35 miles and over 30 75 per ton. 

40 miles and over 35 80 per ton. 

45 miles and over 40 85 per ton. 

50 miles and over 45 90 per ton. 

55 miles and over 60 90 per ton. 

60 miles and over 55 90 per ton. 

65 miles and over 60 95 per ton. 

70 miles and over 65 95 per ton. 

75 miles and over 70 1.00 per ton. 

80 miles and over 75 1.05 per ton. 

85 miles and over 80 1.09 per ton. 

90 miles and over 85 1.09 per ton. 

95 miles and over 90 % . . 1.14 per ton. 

100 miles and over 95 1.14 per ton. 

110 miles and over 100 1.14 per ton. 

120 miles and over 110 1.17 per ton. 

130 miles and over 120 1.20 per ton. 

140 miles and over 130 1.23 per ton. 

150 miles and over 140 1.26 per ton. 



36 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

160 miles and over 150 $1.29 per ton. 

170 miles and over 160 1.32 per ton. 

180 miles and over 170 1.35 per ton. 

190 miles and over 180 1.38 per ton. 

200 miles and over 190 1.41 per ton. 

210 miles and over 200 1.44 per ton. 

220 miles and over 210 1.47 per ton. 

230 miles and over 220 1,50 per ton. 

240 miles and over 230 1.53 per ton. 

250 miles and over 240 1.56 per ton. 

260 miles and over 250 1.59 per ton. 

270 miles and over 260 1.62 per ton. 

280 miles and over 270 1.65 per ton. 

290 miles and over 280 1.68 per ton. 

300 miles and over 290 1.71 per ton. 

310 miles and over 300 1.74 per ton. 

320 miles and over 310 1.77 per ton. 

330 miles and over 320 1.80 per ton. 

340 miles and over 330 1.83 per ton. 

350 miles and over 340 1.86 per ton. 

360 miles and over 350 1.89 per ton. 

370 miles and over 360 1.92 per ton. 

380 miles and over 370 1.95 per ton. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 167. 

CLASSIFICATION OF IRON PIPE FITTINGS. 

Raleigh, August 25, 1912. 
From and after September 10, 1912, classification on iron pipe fittings now 
reading: 

Pipe Fittings, viz.: Class. 

In bags 3 

In boxes 2 

In casks, barrels or kegs. See Special Iron. 

Loose 3 

Changed to read: 

Pipe joints or fittings, consisting of elbows, traps, tees, 
crosses, bushings, plugs, couplings and caps (combined 
iron and brass), packed or not packed, LCL 3 

Same, CL 5 

Pipe joints or fittings, consisting of elbows,, traps, tees, 
crosses, bushings, plugs, couplings and caps (made entirely 
of iron, and without brass or other trimmings or fixtures) 
(see note), packed or not packed, LCL 6 

Same, CL. See Special Iron. 
Note. — The above ratings will apply on elbows, traps, tees 

and crosses, with brass screw cleanout plugs or brass or 

bronze stay rods. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULARS. 



37 



Circular tfo. 16$. 

FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 

Raleigh, August 3, 1912. 

From and after September 10, 1912, schedule of freight rates on logs, all 
classes, applying on lines* of Southern Railway, is extended to read as follows: 

Distance. Per Car. 

5 miles and under $5.00 

10 miles and over .5 5.00 

15 miles and over 10 6.00 

20 miles and over 15 6.00 

25 miles and over 20 7.00 

30 miles and over 25 7.00 

35 miles and over 30 8.00 

40 miles and .over 35 8.00 

45 miles and over 40 9.00 

50 miles and over 45 9.00 

55 miles and over 50 10.00 

60 miles and» over 55 10.00 

65 miles and over 60 11.00 

70 miles and over 65 11.00 

75 miles and over 70 12.00 

80 miles and over 75 12.00 

85 miles and over 80 13.00 

90 miles and over 85 13.00 

95 miles and over 90 14.00 

100 miles and over 95 14.00 

110 miles and over 100 15.00 

120 miles and over 110 16.00 

130 miles and over 120 17.00 

140 miles and over 130 18.00 

150 miles and over 140 19.00 

160 miles and over 150 20.00 

170 miles and over 160 21.00 

180 miles and over 170 21.00 

190 miles and over 180 22.00 

200 miles and over 190 22.00 

210 miles and over 200 23.00 

220 miles and over 210 23.00 

230 miles and over 220 24.00 

240 miles and over 230 24.00 

250 miles and over 240 25.00 

260 miles and over 250 25.00 

270 miles and over 260 26.00 

280 miles and over 270 26.00 

290 miles and over 280 27.00 

300 miles and over 290 27.00 

CL. 40,000 pounds minimum. 
By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



38 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Circular No. 169. 

EXPRESS RATES ON FRESH PISH, IN HALF BOXES. 

Raleigh, August 17, 1912. 
From and after September 1, 1912, express rates on fresh fish, in half 
boxes, between points in this State, will not exceed two-thirds of rate on 
whole boxes. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 170. 

ESTIMATED WEIGHT SHORT-LEAF PINE. 

Raleigh, August 29, 1912. 
From and after October 1, 1912, add to estimated weights adopted by the 
Commission, to be used when actual weights can not be ascertained, the fol- 
lowing: 

Short-leaf pine, seasoned, 3,100 lbs. per 1,000 feet. 
By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 171. 

CLASSIFICATION ON SOJA BEANS. 

Raleigh, August 29, 1912. 
From and after October 1, 1912, classification now reading: 
Beans, viz.: 

Velvet; same as cowpeas. 
Changed to read: 

Beans, viz.: Class. 

Soja or velvet; same as cowpeas D 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeill, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 172. 

CLASSIFICATION ON ELEVATOR WEIGHTS. 

Raleigh, August 29, 1912. 
From and after October 1, 1912, classification now reading: 
Machinery, viz.: 

Elevator cars, KD, LCL, and all parts thereof pertaining to 
an elevator. 

Changed to read: 
Machinery, viz.: 

Elevator cars, KD, LCL, and all parts thereof pertaining to 
an elevator (except elevator weights). 
Add to special iron and steel articles taking Class A the following: 

Elevator weights. 
By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeil, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



CIRCULARS. 39 

Circular No. 173. 

WIRE FENCING, CAR-LOAD. 

Raleigh, October 2, 1912. 

From and after November 1, 1912, the North Carolina freight classification 

now reading: • 

Class. 

Fencing, field, woven wire, in rolls 5th 

will be amended by adding thereto the following: 

Same, CL 6th 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeil, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 174. 

CLASSIFICATION OF CULVERT PIPE. 

Raleigh, October 2, 1912. 

From and after November 1, 1912, the North Carolina freight classification 

will be amended by adding thereto the following: 

Class. 
Culvert pipe, sheet or plate, corrugated or not corrugated, 

plain or galvanized, not nested, less car-load 1 

Same, nested, less car-load 2 

Same, car-load, 24,000 pounds minimum 6 

Culvert pipe, sheet or plate, corrugated or not corrugated, 
plain or galvanized, side seams not closed, nested in 

bundles or crates, less car-load 4 

Same, car-load, 24,000 pounds minimum 6 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeil, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



Circular No. 175. 

EXPRESS RATES ON APPLES, CABBAGE, ONIONS, POTATOES. 

Raleigh, October 3, 1912. 
From and after October 7, 1912, the following express rates will apply on 
shipments of apples, cabbage, onions and potatoes, between points in North 
Carolina: 

Per 100 lbs. 

60 miles and under $ .30 

Over 60 miles and not over 80 35 

Over 80 miles and not over 100 40 

Over 100 miles and not over 150 50 

N Over 150 miles and not over 160 55 

Over 160 miles and not over 250 60 

Over 250 miles and not over 350 70 

Over 350 miles and not over 400 80 

On shipments passing over two or more railroads, the rate will be the joint 
mileage rate plus 15 per cent. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeil, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



40 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Circular No. 176. 

(Supplement to Circular No. 152.) 
FREIGHT RATES ON FIREWOOD. 

Raleigh, October 21, 1912. 
In car-loads, relea*sed, loaded and unloaded by shipper, ten cords minimum. 
Effective November 1, 1912, and thereafter, Circular No. 152 is amended 
by adding the following, to wit: 

Per Cord. 

110 to 130 miles $1.20 

130 to 150 miles 1.30 

150 to 170 miles 1.40 

Applicable to all railroads. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeil, 

A. J. Maxwell, Cleric. Chairman. 



Circular No. 177. 

(Amending Circular No. 132.) 
COTTON FACTORY PRODUCTS. 

Raleigh, December 4, 1912. 

Whereas, complaint was made to the Corporation Commission in 1910, al- 
leging that the classification of cotton factory products in the North Carolina 
classification was unreasonable in that it required stenciling on the outside 
of each shipment the name of each class of dry goods embraced in the ship- 
ments; 

And, Whereas, after investigation in the matter, it was the conclusion of 
the Commission that this requirement was unnecessary and unreasonable, 
and Circular No. 132 was issued, excluding from the classification the name 
of specific classes of goods entitled to the cotton factory products rating and 
substituting therefor the general description "Cotton Factory Products, in 
the original piece, but not finished articles ready for immediate use"; 

And, Whereas, this circular has recently been construed by at least one of 
the North Carolina lines to eliminate cotton towels from the Fifth Class 
rating; 

And, Whereas, it was not the intention of the Corporation Commission to 
eliminate from, the Fifth Class rating; towels, rope, twine, etc.: 

Now, Therefore, Circular No. 132 is hereby amended so as to read as 
follows: 

Dry Goods, viz.: 

Cotton factory products, in the original piece (made wholly 
of cotton), in bales, OR of chafing, or packed in rolls, covered 
with burlap, or in boxes, viz.: 

Fifth Class. 

Backbands, made of cotton webbing. Cotton bagging (including brown cot- 
Calicoes, ton bagging). 

Cambrics, glazed. Cotton towels. 

Canton flannels, plain or dyed. Cotton waste. 

Canvas. Crash, linen or cotton. 

Cottonades. Denims. 

Checks, domestic. Drills. 

Cheviots, domestic. Duck. 

Cotton bags. Ginghams, domestic. 



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41 



Jeans. 

Jeans, corset 

Kerseys. 

Osnaburgs. 

Plaids. 

Rope. 

Sack material. 

Sheetings, bleached or brown. 

Shirting. 

Effective December 4, 1912. 
By order of the Commission 
A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 



Silesia. 

Stripes, domestic. 

Teazle cloth. 

Tickings. 

Twine. 

Warp. 

Webbing, backhands. 

Wicking. 

Yarn. 



Franklin McNeil, 

Chairman. 



Circular No. 178. 

(Amending Circular No. 170.) 
ESTIMATED WEIGHT SHORT-LEAF PINE. 

Raleigh, December 17, 1912. 
From and after January 1, 1913, Circular No. 170 is changed to read as 
follows: 

Short-leaf pine, seasoned, 3,300 pounds per 1,000 feet. 

By order of the Commission: Franklin McNeil, 

A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. Chairman. 



PART TWO. 

ASSESSMENT FOR TAXATION FOR YEAR 1912 OF RAILROAD, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, 

EXPRESS, SLEEPING CAR, REFRIGERATOR, STEAMBOAT AND CANAL COMPANIES, 

BANKS, COTTON MILLS AND OTHER CORPORATIONS. 

COMPILATION FROM ANNUAL STATISTICAL REPORTS OF ALL RAILROAD COMPANIES 

OPERATING IN NORTH CAROLINA, SHOWING CAPITALIZATION. OPERATING 

REVENUES, ETC., FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 

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8,128.33 

5,758.21 
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6,525.84 

3,921.30 
8,507.88 
4,405.33 
8,998.31 
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18.39 
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20.66 
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SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 

STATEMENT "N" 

Total valuation.... $822,289.00 

Less local assessment 48,837.00 

$773,452.00 

Number of miles 4,261.89 

Value per mile $ 181.48 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



Counties. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value . 




17.05 
9.16 
58.66 
86.26 
40.57 
57.05 
25.12 
57.86 
31.88 
18.31 
38.34 
5.00 
18.57 
22.48 
42.80 
51.35 
35.97 
30.30 
54.91 
84.52 
80.07 
99.93 
14.30 
62.00 
17.68 
36.96 
65.47 
61.83 
83.33 
22.94 
59.76 
35.64 
74.28 
17.67 
101.97 
81.29 
62.39 
21.58 
33.13 
18.53 
37.65 
58.11 
22.81 
61.22 
16.97 
44.36 


$ 181.48 


$ 3,094.00 




1,663.00 






10,646.00 






15,655.00 






7,363.00 






10,353.00 






4,559.00 






10,500.00 






5,786.00 






3,323.00 


Caldwell 




6,958.00 






907.00 






3,370.00 






4,080.00 






7,768.00 






9,319.00 






6,528.00 






5,499.00 






9,965.00 






15,339.00 






14,531.00 






18,135.00 






2,595.00 






11,252.00 






3,209.00 






6,707.00 






11,881.00 






11,221.00 






15,123.00 






4,163.00 






10,845.00 






6,468.00 






13,480/00 






3,207.00 


Guilford . - 




18,506.00 






14,753.00 






11,323.00 






3,916.00 






6,012.00 






3,363.00 


Hoke.. 




6,833.00 






10,546.00 






4,140.00 






11,110.00 






3,079.00 


Lee - 




8,051.00 



ASSESSMENT OF SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY 



53 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY— Continued. 



Counties. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 




30.07 
30.56 
15.92 
28.40 
52.24 
90.69 
82.10 
39.69 
53.89 
92.96 
41.05 
33.05 
49.36 
36.31 
27.41 
27.97 
22.29 
62.99 
25.37 
27.39 
94.77 
10.00 
68.83 
46.98 

154.55 
59.36 
71.98 
73.27 
49.35 
33.74 
52.69 
31.47 
50.53 
38.77 
30.53 
7.00 
39.90 
35.26 

142.90 
31.03 
65.85 
47.31 
18.11 
54.61 
5.36 


$ 181.48 


$ 5,457.00 




5,546.00 






2,889.00 






5,154.00 






9,482.00 






16,459.00 






14,901.00 


Mitchell . 




7,203.00 






9,781.00 






16,871.00 






7,433.00 






5,998.00 






8,958.00 






6,590.00 






4,975.00 






5,076.00 






4,045.00 






11,432.00 






4,604.00 






4,971.00 


Pitt 




17,199.00 


Polk 




1,814.00 


Randolph ... ..... .. _. ____________________ .. 




12,492.00 


Richmond.- ..... . ..___. _..___.__. 




8,526.00 


Robeson . _ . . .. ._ . 




28,059.00 


Rockingham ..... ....... 




10,773.00 


Rowan ..... .... __________ ... 




13,064.00 


Rutherford.. . 




13,298.00 


Sampson. _...___. .. ... 




8,956.00 


Scotland.. . 




6,123.00 


Stanly.. .. 




9,562.00 


Stokes.. . _ _ 




5,711.00 


Surry... .... _____ 




9,171.00 


Swaim . . .. 




7,036.00 


Transylvania _ ._ 




5,541.00 


Tyrrell 




1,270.00 


Union _.'._.. 




7,241.00 


Vance . 




6,399.00 


Wake 




25,934.00 


Warren 




5,632.00 


Washington 




11,952.00 


Wayne . 




8,587.00 


Wilkes . 




3,287.00 


Wilson 




9,912.00 


Yancey.. 




973.00 








Total 


4,261.89 




773,452.00 









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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY. 

STATEMENT "0" 

Total valuation $87,519. 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



Counties. 



Miles of 
Poles. 



Miles of 
Wire. 



Value of 
Poles. 



Value of 
Wire. 



Value of 

Other 
Property. 



Alamance 

Beaufort 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Cabarrus 

Caswell 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland-,. 

Davidson 

Durham 

Forsyth. 

Franklin 

Gaston.- _ 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Henderson 

Hoke 

Johnston 

Mecklenburg.. 

Nash. 

New Hanover- 
Northampton. 

Orange 

Pitt 

Polk 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham... 

Rowan.. 

Scotland 

Vance 

Wake 

Warren 

Wilson 



Total 

Cape Fear River. 



17.20 

16.00 

47.60 

13.90 

8.00 

11.95 

7.40 

8.33 

8.50 

22.00 

45.03 

24.60 

20.00 

14.09 

12.90 

23.00 

9.00 

65.45 

11.00 

21.00 



1.04 

6.50 

23.13 

14.50 

2.00 

5.20 

17.20 

30.00 



1.50 
17.00 
21.20 
29.00 
19.55 
21.55 
70.55 
24.45 
21.00 



732.32 



34.40 

60.00 

95.20 

' 27.80 

62.00 

83.65 

51.80 

58.31 

17.00 

66.00 

242.64 

172.20 

40.00 

42.27 

124.15 

184.00 

27.00 

317.85 

110.00 

189.00 

40.00 

19.20 

19.50 

178.65 

43.50 

4.00 

52.00 

34.40 

90.00 

18.00 

11.00 

119.12 

148.40 

203.00 

156.40 

215.50 

443.28 

244.50 

63.00 



567.60 
528.00 

1,570.80 
458.70 
264.00 
394.35 
244.20 
274.89 
280.50 
726.00 

1,485.99 
811.80 
660.00 
464.97 
425.70 
759.00 
297.00 

2,159.85 
363.00 
693.00 



34.32 
214.50 
763.29 
478.50 

66.00 
171.60 
567.60 
990.00 



49.50 
561.00 
699.60 
957.00 
645.15 
711.15 
2,328.15 
806.85 
693.00 



516.00 

900.00 

1,428.00 

417.00 

930.00 

1,254.75 

770.00 

874.65 

255.00 

990.00 

3,639.60 

2,583.00 

600.00 

634.05 

I, 862. 25 

2,760.00 

405.00 

4,767.75 

1,650.00 

2,835.00 

600.00 

288.00 

292.50 

2,679.75 

652.50 

60.00 

780.00 

516.00 

1,350.00 

270.00 

165.00 

1,786.80 

2,226.00 

3,045.00 

2,346.00 

3,232.50 

6,649.20 

3,667.50 

945.00 



4,108.72 



24,166.56 



61,630.80 



Total. 



15.00 
40.00 
20.00 



150.00 
25.00 



20.00 



40.00 
75.00 
55.00 
25.00 
25.00 
15.00 
20.00 



85.00 
15.00 



40.00 



175.00 



150.00 



20.00 



15.00 
25.00 
20.00 
20.00 
250.00 
15.00 
40.00 



1,395.00 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 



55 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY— Continued. 
Apportioned to towns as follows: 



Counties. 



Miles of 
Poles. 



Miles of 
Wire. 



Value of 
Poles. 



Value of 
Wire. 



Value of 

Other 
Property. 



Total 
Value. 



Asheville 

Burlington 

Charlotte 

Concord 

Durham 

Elizabethtown... 

Fayette ville 

Forest ville 

Franklinton 

Gastonia 

Gibson 

Graham 

Greensboro 

Greenville 

Goldsboro 

Henderson 

Hendersonville.-. 

High Point 

Kings Mountain- 
Littleton 

Lexington 

Lowell 

New Bern 

Raleigh... _. 

Reidsville... 

Salisbury 

Thomasville 

Washington 

Warrenton 

Wilmington 

Wilson... 

Winston-Salem. .. 

Wake Forest 

Elon College 



1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
1.20 
1.35 
0.50 
3.00 
0.90 
1.83 
3.75 
0.50 
0.72 
4.00 
0.25 



2.00 



1.50 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
0.25 
2.50 
1.00 
2.00 
0.75 
0.25 
1.50 
1.25 
0.25 
0.75 
1.00 
0.80 



4.00 
4.00 

21.00 
8.40 
2.70 
1.00 

19.00 
9.00 

13.56 

26.25 
1.00 
1.44 

22.00 
1.00 
2.00 

20.00 
2.00 

10.50 

13.00 

10.00 
7.00 
8.00 
1.50 

26.50 
7.00 

14.00 
5.25 
3.00 

15.00 
2.50 
1.50 
2.25 

10.00 
1.60 



33.00 
66.00 
99.00 
39.60 
44.55 
16.50 
99.00 
29.70 
60.39 

112.50 
16.50 
^.76 

132.00 
8.25 



49.50 
49.50 
33.00 
33.00 
33.00 

8.25 
82.50 
33.00 
66.00 
24.75 

8.25 
49.50 
41.25 

8.25 
24.75 
33.00 
26.40 



60.00 

60.00 

315.00 

126.00 

40.50 

15.00 

285.00 

135.00 

203.40 

393.75 

15.00 

21.60 

330.00 

15.00 

30.00 

300.00 

30.00 

157.50 

195.00 

150.00 

105.00 

120.00 

22.50 

397.50 

105.00 

210.00 

78.75 

45.00 

225.00 

37.50 

22.50 

33.75 

150.00 

24.00 



150.00 
15.00 

175.00 
25.00 
25.00 
20.00 
75.00 



15.00 
20.00 
20.00 



75.00 
40.00 
15.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
10.00 
20.00 
15.00 



40.00 
250.00 
15.00 
25.00 
15.00 
40.00 
15.00 
150.00 
40.00 
25.00 



243.00 
141.00 
589.00 
190.60 
110.05 

51.50 
459.00 
164.70 
278.79 
526.25 

51.50 

45.36 
537.00 

63.25 

45.00 
386.00 

70.00 
227.00 
254.50 
203.00 
153.00 
153.00 

70.75 
730.00 
153.00 
301.00 
118.50 

93.25 
289.50 
228.75 

70.75 

83.50 
183.00 

50.40 



TotaL 



44.30 



294.95 



1,450.65 , 4,454.25 



1,410.00 



7,314.90 



56 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 

STATEMENT "Oa" 

Total value _ $839,245.00 

Miles of wire 22,713.00 

Average value per mile $36.95 

Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



Counties. 



Alamance 

Alexander 

Anson 

Avery 

Beaufort 

Bertie <*. 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell . 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 

Davidson 

Davie- 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax. 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones - 

Lee. 

Lenoir 

Lincoln. 



Mileage. 



119.23 

7.00 

396.94 

5.00 

103.50 

109.18 

165.00 

181.38 

296.35 

154.00 

466.32 

29.43 

10.00 

48.60 

268.30 

160.00 

199.78 

78.71 

22.00 

257.05 

536.00 

218.20 

388.20 

28.00 

,010.34 

38.00 

392.58 

186.77 

789.86 

176.70 

222.80 

475.85 

119.68 

120.54 

10.30 

,534.38 

675.55 

91.12 

42.00 

159.60 

112.92 

13.50 

162.50 

46.00 

484.44 

22.50 

505.42 

77.26 

50.52 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



36.95 



Value. 



4,405.55 
258.65 

14,667.90 
184.75 
3,824.33 
4,034.20 
6,096.75 
6,701.99 

10,950.13 
5,690.30 

17,231.53 
1,087.44 
369.50 
1,795.77 
9,913.69 
5,912.00 
7,381.87 
2,908.33 
812.90 
9,498.00 

19,806.20 
8,062.49 

14,344.99 
1,034.60 

37,333.06 
1,404.10 

14,505.83 
6,901.12 

29,186.32 
6,529.07 
8,232.46 

17,582.66 

4,422.18 

4,453.95 

380.59 

56,696.34 

24,961.59 
3,366.88 
1,551.90 
5,897.22 
4,172.39 
498.83 
6,004.38 
1,699.70 

17,900.58 
831.38 

18,675.27 
2,854.76 
1,866.10 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 



57 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Counties. 



Mileage. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Value. 



Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg- . 
Montgomery.. 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover. 
Northampton- 
Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank--. 

Pender 

Perquimans 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk ; 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham.-. 

•Rowan 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance. - 

Wake 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 



Total. 



4.00 

142.07 

173.02 

189.90 

1,136.51 

65.00 

329.00 

46.56 

212.03 

473.90 

36.00 

125.00 

21.47 

26.00 

334.20 

32.00 

58.00 

172.21 

60.00 

125.90 

619.56 

481.90 

891.65 

1,169.66 

117.40 

96.00 

139.00 

35.00 

85.00 

68.00 

78.00 

7.00 

423.40 

408.82 

1,269.28 

364.00 

45.00 

436.32 

18.00 

427.77 



36.95 



147.80 

5,249.49 

6,393.09 

7,016.80 

41,994.04 

2,401.75 

12,156.55 

1,720.39 

7,834.50 

17,510.50 

1,330.20 

4,618.75 

793.31 

960.70 

12,348.60 

1,182.40 

2,143.10 

6,363.16 

2,217.00 

4,652.01 

22,892.74 

17,806.21 

32,946.47 

43,218.94 

4,337.93 

3,547.20 

5,136.05 

1,293.25 

3,140.75 

2,512.60 

2,882.10 

258.65 

15,644.63 

15,105.90 

46,899.16 

13,449.80 

1,662.75 

16,122.02 

665.10 

15,806.10 



22,713.00 



. 839,245.00 



Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Towns. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


Aberdeen 


5.00 
8.80 
1.85 
0.80 
6.30 
1.07 
31.78 


$ 36.95 


$ 184.75 


Acme . 


326.27 


Ahoskie 


68.36 


Albemarle 




29.56 


Apex 




232.79 


Asheboro 




39.54 


Asheville 


1,174.27 



58' 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 




0.30 
7.42 
0.22 
3.00 
. 45.00 
1.89 
5.30 
3.60 
0.80 
3.30 

11.86 
7.44 
0.57 

27.64 
9.03 

84.74 
1.18 

37.18 
4.00 
3.99 
0.33 
9.04 

21.91 
1.26 
5.00 
4.00 
5.32 
0.73 
0.28 
1.83 
0.76 
0.67 
6.00 
7.31 
1.00 
0.93 
1.20 
1.51 

19.68 

25.84 
0.80 
6.70 
5.04 

24.90 
0.83 

30.05 
3.42 

11.00 
6.30 
2.00 

53.87 

28.35 
0.83 
2.40 
7.80 
2.00 
114.01 
1.50 


% 36.95 


$ 11.08 




274.17 






8.13 






110.85 






1,662.75- 


Bethel 




69.83 


Black Creek 




196.84 






133.02 






29.56 






121.94 






438.23^ 






274.91 
21.06 






Cary 




1,021.30 






333.66 






3,131.14 






42.86 






1,373.80 






147.80 






143.43 






12.19 






334.03 






809.57 






46.56 






184.75 






147.80 






196.57 


Clyde 




26.97 






10.35 






67.62 






28.08 






24.76 






221.70 






270. lb 


Earles. ... _ _____ ______ 




36.95 


Elkin ____ 




34.36 


Elk Park 




44.34 






55.79 


Elm City ____ _ 




727. 18 


Enfield—. 




954.78 






29.56 






247.56 


Fair Bluff__ __ _ 




186.23 






920.06 


Forest City _ --____-__ 




30.67 






1,110.35 






126.37 






406.45 






232.78 






73.90 






1,990.50 






1,047.53 






30.67 






88.68 






298.21 






73.90 






4,212.67 


Greenville __ ._ _ _ ___ 




55.42 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 



59 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 




1.46 
12.24 
10.77 
15.34 
9.07 
10.85 
44.40 
1.02 
6.00 
9.28 
0.90 
3.20 
1.29 
0.71 
2.94 
3.99 
4.50 
4.52 
31.78 
7.76 
3.01 
7.18 
1.46 
18.00 
6.00 
0.57 
19.74 
2.34 
8.00 
9.36 
2.85 
7.20 
21.00 
5.11 
1.71 
6.96 
3.14 
1.92 
1.00 
8.00 
10.00 
4.40 
4.28 
22.60 
3.65 
6.34 
0.90 
0.26 
0.50 
2.13 
9.06 
1.70 
3.17 
1.00 
3.20 
1.00 
5.72 


$ 36.95 


$ 63.95 




452.27 






397.95 






566.81 






335.14 






400.91 


High Point . - - ..... 




1,640.58 






37.69 






221.70 






342.90 






33.25 






118.24 






47.67 




26.23 






108.63 






147.43 


Kelford 




166.28 






167.01 






1,174.27 






286.73 


Kittrell . ....___— 


111.22 






265.30 




53.95 






665.10 






221.70 






21.06 






729.39 






86.46 






295.60 






345.85 






105.31 






266.04 






775.95 






188.81 






63.18 






257.17 






116.02 


McFarland. .... ... 




70.94 






36.95 






295.60 






369.50 






162.58 






158.15 






835.07 






134.86 






234.26 






33.25 


Milton 




9.61 


Mocksville .- ... ..... ..... 




18.47 


Morehead City ..... . ... . . . 




78.70 


Monroe ......... . . . .... 




334.77 


Mooresville . . ..... 




62.81 


Mount Airy ... . . . 




117.13 


Mount Holly 




36.95 


Morrisville 




118.24 


Morven ... . . . 




36.95 


Morganton. .. 




211.35 



60 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns. 


Mileage. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Value. 


Mount Olive- 


5.30 
0.83 
7.00 
0.67 
9.06 
0.67 
1.40 
5.72 
1.00 
0.10 
2.60 
0.51 
3.96 
3.66 
2.58 
8.30 
4.50 
0.90 

21.33 
8.00 
0.50 
3.00 
0.81 
1.40 
0.40 

36.06 
3.00 

39.59 
0.60 
8.54 

35.82 
0.74 
1.00 

12.00 
4.10 
2.00 
9.20 
1.71 

56.00 
5.00 

23.00 
6.00 

13.42 
1.00 
5.27 
2.00 
1.20 
9.36 
0.60 
0.83 
8.62 
5.40 
1.74 
1.80 
0.67 

18.09 
0.37 


$ 36.95 


$ 195.83 




30.67 






258.65 


Nashville.-. . . . -. .- .- 




34.76 






334.77 






24.76 






51.73 






211.35 






36.95 






3.70 


Old Fort— - 




96.07 






18.85 


Oxford 




146.32 


Ore Hill 




135.00 






95.33 






306.69 






166.28 






33.25 






788.14 


Polkton 




295.60 






18.47 






110.85 






29.93 






51.73 






14.78 






1,332.42 






110.85 






1,462.85 






22.17 






315.55 






1,323.55 






27.34 






36.95 


Rose Hill... - 




443.40 






151.50 






73.90 






339.94 






63.18 






2,069.20 






184.75 






849.85 






221.70 






495.87 






36.95 


Shelby 




104.73 


Siler City 




73.90 


Smithfield 




44.34 






345.85 






22.17 






30.67 






318.51 






199.52 






64.29 


Stovall 




66.51 


Sylva 




24.75 






668.43 


Taylorsville 




13.67 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PEOPERTY 



61 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Towns. 



*■"». : USSt 



Value. 



Thomasville 

Trinity 

Tryon 

Yaughan 

Wadesboro _• ] 

Wallace 

Warrenton | 

Warsaw 

Washington 

Waxhaw 

Waynesville j 

Wake Forest 

Weldon 

Whiteville 

Whitakers 

Williamston 

Wilmington 

Wilson 

Winfall- 

Wingate 

Winston 



36.95 



1,350.15 

29.56 

166.28 

225.02 

591.20 

247.56 

64.30 

524.69 

110.85 

32.14 

34.36 

250.52 

794.43 

243.92 

647.36 

34.00 

1,857.85 

711.28 

18.48 

591.20 

345.48 



62 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



REFRIGERATOR COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT "P" 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 




$ 4,000 

1,200 

26,100 

200 

200 

5,244 

1,140 
10,800 

38 
2,000 

700 
18,750 




S 4,000 






1,200 
8,700 








Pender 


8,700 
8,700 




Wake 


200 




Wake 


200 




Guilford 


2,622 






2,622 






1,140 






5,400 




Wake 

Wake 


5,400 
38 




Chatham 


1,000 




1,000 




Wake— 


700 




Guilford 


6,250 






6,250 




Wake 


6,250 








Total 


70,372 


70,372 







TURNPIKE COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT "Pa' 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 




$ 1,850 

15,000 

2,965 

4,000 


Watauga 

Caldwell 


$ 1,850 




15,000 






2,965 






4,000 








Total 


23,815 


23,815 







ASSESSMENT OF STEAMBOAT AND WATERWORKS COMPANIES 



63 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT "Q' 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 




$ 25,000 

4,000 
5,325 
2,260 

2,400 
1,500 
3,500 
1,000 
15,000 

19,250 

3,500 

5,500 
10,000 




$ 6,250 






6,250 






6,250 




Bertie 


6,250 






4,000 




Hertford 


5,325 




1,130 


Fairfield & Elizabeth City Transportation Co 


Pasquotank 

Hyde 


1,130 
2,400 


Hyde 


1,500 






3,500 




Hyde 


1,000 






5,000 






5,000 






5,000 






6,416 






6,417 






6,417 






1,166 






1,167 






1,167 






5,500 






10,000 








Total . - 


' 98,235 


98,235 







WATERWORKS COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT "R" 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 




$ 750 

2,500 

25,000 




$ 750 




Anson 

Wake- 


2,500 




25,000 






Total . 


28,250 


28,250 







64 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES. 

STATEMENT "S" 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value. 




i 273,000 
450,000 

5,800 
197,400 

8,195 
148,563 

6,000 

7,500 
220,680 
194,445 

352,780 




$ 273,000 






450,000 
5,800 










197,400 






8,195 






148,563 






6,000 






7,500 




Guilford . , 


220,680 






71,638 






122,807 






352,780 








Total 


1,864,363 


1,864,363 







BRIDGE AND CANAL COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT "T 



Name of Company. 


Valuation. 


County. 


Value, 


Chesapeake & Albemarle Canal Co 


$ 4,000 

8,075 

500 




$ 4,000 


Hyde. 


8,075 




Yadkin 


500 








Total 


12,575 


12,575 







ASSESSMENT OF ELECTKIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES 



65 



ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES. 



STATEMENT "U" 



Name of Company. 



Valuation. 



County. 



Value. 



Brevard Light & Power Co. 
Carolina Electric Co 

Carolina Power & Light Co 



Cascade Power Co 

Catawba Manufacturing & Electric Power Co 

Charlotte Power Co 

Citizens Light & Power Co 

Duplin Light & Power Co 

Electric Light Company of Elizabeth City 

Elkin Light & Power Co 

Fayetteville Gas & Electric Co.. 

Goldsboro Gas Co 

Graham Water & Electric Co 

Henderson Gas Co 

Hendersonville Light & Power Co 

North Carolina Gas Co 

North State Hydro-Electric Co 



Southern Power Co. 



Thomasville Light & Power Co 
Thornton Light & Power Co.— . 

Weaverville Electric Co 

Yadkin River Power Co 



2,560 
2,850 
92,902 



7,600 
37,500 

207,200 

5,400 

800 

800 

500 

1,500 

7,500 

2,300 

10,000 

2,200 

500 

85,630 



587,475 



2,250 
11,500 
3,280 

180,104 



Total. 



1,252,351 



Transylvania 

Robeson 

Chatham 

Cumberland 

Harnett 

Lee 

Wake 

Transylvania 

Gaston 

Mecklenburg 

Caldwell 

Duplin 

Pasquotank 

Surry 

Cumberland 

Wayne 

Alamance 

Vance 

Henderson 

Pasquotank 

Franklin 

Granville 

Vance 

Wake 

Wake (H. C. Twp.) 

Alamance 

Cabarrus 

Catawba 

Cleveland 

Davidson 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Gaston 

Guilford 

Iredell 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Stanly... 

Union 

Davidson 

Catawba 

Buncombe 

Richmond 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Lee 

Chatham 

Wake 



2,560 

2,850 

3,207 
16,287 
29,648 
17,751 
26,009 

7,600 

37,500 

207,200 

5,400 
800 
800 
500 

1,500 
. 7,500 

2,300 
10,000 

2,200 
500 

7,840 

3,500 
11,830 
12,460 
50,000 
21,822 
44,928 
40,435 
21,S23 
41,077 
13,478 

8,986 
68,033 
41,719 
40,435 
16,687 
87,493 
20,538 

1,925. 
39,793 
37,226. 
41,077 

2,250 
11,500 

3,280' 

35,690 

150 

45,458- 

36,066 

9,204 
53,536 



1,252,351 



Corp. 2- 



86 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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STATEMENT W— List of Counties, with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1912. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
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Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 






17.05 
17.05 


$69,497.32 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 


$1,184,929.41 






3,635.57 






3,094.00 








4,405.56 








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527.00 










24,933.00 










1,412.00 










993.00 




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1,098.60 










21,822.05 










1,200.00 










2,300.00 




Total 










1,250,450.19 






9.16 


39,120.09 
181.48 
36.95 






358,340.10 






1,663.00 








258.65 








4,620.00 










2,674.00 










258.00 




Total 










367,813.75 






13.90 


34,014.80 

18L48 

22,440.68 






472,806.00 






10,646.00 






17.18 


385,531.00 






6,000.00 






27.58 


28,256.40 
213.23 


779,312.00 






5,880.88 








4,231.00 








36.95 


14,667.90 








1,275.00 










2,500.00 




Total '. 










1,682,849.78 














728.00 






6.00 


2,000.00 


12,000.00 










12,728.00 




East Tennessee & Western N. C. R. R 


3.00 
12.00 


8,966.66 

2,500.00 

36.95 






26,900.00 




30,000.00 






184.75 




Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw & Elk Park Turnp.Co 




2,965.00 








358.00 




Total 










60,407.75 














228.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,468.00 






6.62 


34,014.80 
213.23 

181.48 


225,178.00 






7,279.67 








15,655.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




3,824.33 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



89 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
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Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


59.52 


$13,000.00 


$773,758.00 


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4,620.00 






1,000.00 








142.00 








. 16,183.00 




Washington & Vandemere Railroad 

Total: 


33.50 


2,009.00 


67,318.00 




1,116,654.00 






13.09 


34,014.80 
181.48 






445,254.00 






7,363.00 








1,820.00 








36.95 


4,034.20 








1,866.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway L 


7.48 


28,256.40 


211,358.00 
1,183.00 






18.00 


2,465.90 


44,386.00 






6,250.00 










17,769.00 








213.23 


3,369.00 




Total 








744,652.20 








213.23 






6,993.84 








1,332.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


32.80 


28,256.40 


926,809.00 
369.00 








181.48 


10,353.00 








550.00 








36.95 
3,000.00 


6,096.75 






24.25 


72,750.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


3,018.80 










5,000.00 




Total 










1,033,272.39 








213.23 
34,014.80 
28,256.40 

181.48 
36.95 






5,256.24 
434,369.00 
345,859.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway . ._ 


12.77 

12.24 






4,559.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co .. 




6,701.99 




Wilmington Towing Co .. . 




10,000.00 




Southport & Little River Telephone Co. 






600.00 






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7,531.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




875.70 




Wilmington, Brunswick & Southern R. R 

Total 


30.00 


2,666.67 


80,000.00 




895,751.93 




American Refrigerator Transit Co 








Buncombe 


1,200.00 




Asheville Southern Railway ._ 


2.13 


4,694.83 


10,000.00 




American Cotton Oil Co.. .. _ 


4,000.00 




Weaverville Electric Co . . 






3,280.00 




Southern Railway Co. . . ... . 


47.52 
10.34 


39,120.09 

22,500.00 

213.23 


1,858,986.74 






232,650.00 




Pullman Co 

Asheville Power & Light Co - . 


12,583.70 
273,000.00 



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LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
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Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Candler Mutual Telephone Co._. . . 




$ 


$ 1,000.00 


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4.77 


3,302.72 
181.48 


15 754 00 






10,500.00 
1,000.00 
















144,651.00 








36.95 


10,950.13 








2,464.00 






2.26 


4,424.77 


10,000.00 






250.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co... . . . 






5,218.80 






3.50 


3,428.57 


12,000.00 






1,000.00 










451.00 










1,344.00 




Total 










2,612,283.37 




Southern Railway Co... . 


29.70 


39,120.09 
213.23 
181.48 
36.95 






1,161,866.75 






6,332.83 








5,786.00 








5,690.30 








10,442.00 






2.18 


9,311.15 


20,298.00 






909.00 




Total 










1,211,324.88 






17.16 
1.15 


69,497.32 

6,000.00 

213.23 






1,192,574.11 






6,900.00 






3,659.03 




Gold Hill Telephone Co 




17.00 










375.00 








181.48 
36.95 


3,323.00 








17,231.53 








2,906.00 










3,553.00 










6,216.00 










1,674.10 










44,928.65 




Total 










1,283,357.42 








181.48 
36.95 




Caldwell 


6,958.00 








1,087.44 








5,000.00 






38.34 


9,311.15 


356,990.00 






5,400.00 










4,000.00 










500.00 










15,000.00 










909.00 




Total 










395,844.44 








181.48 
213.23 
36.95 






907.00 








1,068.28 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




369.50 



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91 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 






5.00 


$13,000.00 


$ 65,000.00 


(Continued) 




6,416.00 




Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Total 






5,657.00 












79,417.78 








181.48 






3,370.00 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 




5,867.00 








36.95 
13,000.00 
14,031.63 


1,795.77 






3.18 
15.75 


41,340.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. &. N. C. Div... 


230,448.00 
1,000.00 




Morehead City Telephone Co. 






800.00 














284,620.77 














200.00 






6.95 
14.60 


39,120.09 

9,090.91 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

7,334.96 


271,884.70 






132,727.29 






4,595.11 




Southern Express Co ... .. ... 




4,080.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co,. .. 




9,913.69 




Danville & Western Railway 


0.93 


6,821.52 






520.00 




North Carolina Telephone Co 






34.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co 






2,596.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,021.20 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






419.00 




Yanceyville Telephone Co 






500.00 




Pittsylvania-Caswell Telephone Co. 






500.00 




Total 










435,812.51 




Southern Railway Co 


22.86 


39,120.09 
213.23 
181.48 




Catawba 


894,285.05 






4,874.44 








7,768.00 




Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co... ... . 




4,000.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 




36.95 


5,912.00 




Hickory Electric Co. .. .. . 




3,182.00 




Carolina & Northwestern Railway. . . 


12.56 


9,311.15 


116,948.00 




Thornton Light & Power Co.. ... 


11,500.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. _ 






4,490.00 




Southern Power Co. 






40,435.87 




Total.... 










1,093,395.36 






11.00 


3,000.00 




Chatham. 


33,000.00 




Matthews Telephone Co . . 


2,025.00 




Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad . 


24.99 
18.59 


11,171.71 

28,256.40 

213.23 


279,181.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway- 


525,286.00 




Pullman Co. 


1,575.77 




Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co 




1,000.00 




Southern Express Co 




181.48 


9,319.00 




Cape Fear Telephone Co. i... 




1,027.00 




Pittsboro Telephone & Telegraph Co 






250.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . . 




36.95 


7,381.87 




Carolina Power & Light Co 




3,207.00 



92 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION-Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 








$ . 


$ 960.00 


(Continued) 








57.00 




Raleigh, Char. & Sou. R. R.—D. & C. Division- 


8.00 


2,929.20 


23,434.00 
9,204.00 










2,000.00 






17.88 


4,993.49 


89,283.00 




Total 






988,170.64 




. 


23.99 


39,120.09 
181.48 
36.95 






938,491.00 






6,528.00 








2,908.33 








4,830.00 










1,208.00 






13.16 
7.50 


6,022.79 
1,250.00 


79,260.00 






9,375.00 




Total 






1,042,600.33 






32.64 


13,000.00 

181.48 

213.23 

36.95 






424,319.00 






5.499.00 








2,147.23 








812.90 




Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 




7,677.00 








6,250.00 










1,500.00 




Total 










448,205.13 






8.77 
24.80 
21.34 


45,878.67 
5,000.00 
28,256.40 






402,356.00 






124,000.00 






602,991.00 






525.00 








213.23 


1,870.03 








11,784.00 








181.48 


9,965.00 








500.00 










208.00 








36.95 
3,207.50 


9,498.00 






9.06 


20,000.00 






3,971.20 










1,169.54 










21,823.65 




Total .: 










1,210,661.42 






75.62 


34,014.80 
213.23 

28,256.40 
181.48 
36.95 






2,572,199.00 






12,656.10 






8.90 


251,482.00 






15,339.00 








19,806.20 








9,118.00 










535.50 




Total- - 










2,881,135.80 













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93 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 






9.44 


$34,014.80 


$321,100.00 






1,818.00 










1,756.00 








181.48 
213.23 


14,531.00 








10,112.40 








38.00 








36.95 
13,000.00 
14,631.63 


8,062.49 






25.60 
45.25 


332,799.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad, A. & N. C. Div.— 


662,082.00 
3,500.00 










34,150.00 










1,167.00 






1.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 




Total . 






1,393,115.89 






57.14 


34,014.80 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

3,328.30 






1,943,606.00 






6,983.00 








18,135.00 








14,344.99 






10.00 


33,283.00 






357.00 










55.00 










27,968.00 




St. Pauls Telephone Co. . 






106.00 










16,287.00 










8,347.60 




Raleigh, Char. & So. R. R— Ral. & Southp. Div. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


21.50 


6,198.35 


133,265.00 
5,200.59 






7.50 


3,000.00 


22,500.00 






1,500.00 










5,000.00 










8,195.00 




Total 










2,245,133.18 






14.47 


13,000.00 

181.48 
36.95 






188,110.00 






2,595.00 








1,034.60 








4,000.00 








213.23 


3,087.57 




Currituck Telephone Co... .. ... _. 




2,500.00 










4,848.00 










6,417.00 




Total 










212,592.17 












Dare 


1,130.00 




Total 










1,130.00 






24.80 


69,497.32 




D avidson 


1,723,533.64 






195.00 




Muddy Creek Telephone Co . 






136.00 




North State Telephone Co.. . 






203.00 










2,250.00 




Piedmont Railway 


1 20.60 


2,681.06 


55,230.00 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Winston-Salem Southbound Railway. . - 37.20 


$22,440.68 


$834,793.00 


{Continued) 






190.00 










155.00 






213.23 


5,288.10 






1,755.00 








181.48 


11,252.00 








41,077.70 








36.95 


37,333.06 








4,629.00 










4,881.00 










12,216.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . 






3,449.80 










788.00 










240.00 










220.00 










286.00 










625.00 




Total :. 










2,740,726.30 






17.68 


20,499.85 






362,437.35 






259.00 










617.00 










1,552.00 








181.48 


3,209.00 








500.00 








36.95 


1,404.10 




Total 








369,978.45 






36.96 


34,014.80 






1,257,189.00 






1,396.00 








213.23 


7,241.29 








800.00 










277.00 








181.48 
36.95 


6,707.00 








14,505.83 








750.00 










6,382.00 










450.00 










2,500.00 










8,700.00 




Total 










1,306,896.12 






11.18 
16.22 

8.18 
10.39 

9.25 
21.68 


39,120.09 
69,497.32 
21,283.34 
28,256.40 
4,993.49 
21,664.62 
213.23 






437,362.75 






1,127,246.63 






174,097.00 






293,584.00 






46,190.00 






469,689.00 






3,458.59 








5,400.00 








181.48 
36.95 


11,881.00 








6,901.12 




Durham Traction Co 




197,400.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



95 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 






County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
. Value. 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 




1 ' $ 3.825.00 


(Continued) 




267.00 










571.00 










1,364.60 










1,285.00 










70,000.00 










13,478.00 




Total 










2,864,000.69 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. - 


43.83 


34,014.80 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 




Edgecombe 


1,490,869.00 




7,622.97 








11,221.00 








29,186.32 








12,900.00 






18.00 


2,716.62 


48,899.00 






28,848.00 










4,032.00 




Southern Investment Co .____._._. 






454.00 










36,597.00 




Total 










1,670,629.29 




Southern Railway Co. ... ... ... 


36.71 


39,120.09 






1,436,098.70 




North State Telephone Co 


90.00 




Kernersville Telephone Co. 






900.00 




Muddy Creek Telephone Co 






144.00 




Good Will Telephone Co.. 






575.00 






10.77 
13.73 
7 16 


11,171.71 
20,499.85 
20,440.68 


120,319.00 




North Carolina Midland Railroad.. 


281,462.95 




Winston-Salem Southbound Railroad . 


160,675.00 






8,986.55 




Southern Express Co. .. . 




181.48 


15,123.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. .. 




91,302.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 


6,529.07 








148,563.00 




Norfolk & Western Railway . . 


15.27 


21,664.62 


330,819.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


1,124.05 




Winston-Salem Light & Fuel Co 






48,900.00 




Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co. 






584.00 




Midway Telephone Co 






162.00 




Rural Telephone Co. 






3,287.00 




Dosier Telephone Co.. ... ... 






250.00 








213.23 


2,835.96 




Walkertown Telephone Co... . 




350.00 




Total 










2,659,080.25 




Seaboard Air Line Railway. 


22.94 


28,256.40 




Franklin.. . . . . 


648,202.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 


1,210.00 




Pullman Co. . .. . . .__.. 




213.23 

181.48 
36.95 


2,757.06 




Southern Express Co... .. . 




4,163.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




8,232.46 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. -. 




13,560.00 




Southside Telephone Co - 






167.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






2,302.95 



96 



C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 








$ 


$ 500.00 


(Continued) 


North State Hydro-Electric Co... 






7,840.00 




Total 










688,934.47 




Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railway 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 


23.00 
17.50 


45,878.67 
28,256.40 






1,055,209.70 




494,487.00 
374.00 








213.23 

181.48 
36.95 


4,904.29 








10,845.00 








17,582.66 








40,108.00 




Carolina & Northwestern Railway 


19.26 


9,311.15 


179,333.00 
37,500.00 










9,411.60 






* 




68,033.35 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






3,539.00 










122,807.00 




Total .. 










2,044,134.60 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


14.84 


34,014.80 
181.48 




504,780.00 




6,468.00 








20,144.00 








36.95 
13,000.00 


4,422.18 






20.79 


270,269.00 






1,432.00 










6,250.00 








213.23 


3,475.65 




Total 








817,240.83 




Snow Bird Valley Railroad . . . . 


7.00 


1,250.00 






8,125.00 






55.00 




Total... 










8,180.00 














1,000.00 






43.80 
2.20 
3,73 


39,120.09 
9,090.91 
3,000.00 


1,713,460.00 






20,000.00 






11,190.00 






11,659.00 






22.36 
4.51 


28,256.40 

28,256.40 

181.48 


631,813.00 






127,436.00 






13,480.00 








1,566.00 








36.95 
213.23 


4,453.95 








469.11 




North State Hydro-Electric Co 




3,500.00 




Total 










2,540,027.06 






9.63 


2,716.62 






26,161.00 






3,870.00 






7.00 
8.04 


3,000.00 

13,000.00 

181.48 


21,000.00 






104,520.00 




Southern Express Co 


3,207.00 



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97 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 









County. 


Name of Corporation. 


. Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 








% 


$ 702.00 


{Continued) 








454.00 








36.95 
213.23 


380.59 








1,714.37 




Total 








162,008.96 






26.30 

39.26 

3.04 

33.37 


39,120.09 
11,171.71 
12,500.00 
69,497.32 




Guilford 


1,028,858.56 






438,602.00 




High Point, Randleman, Asheboro & Sou. R. R. 
North Carolina Railroad ... 


38,000.00 
2,319,125.67 






116.00 










1,173.00 








213.23 
181.48 
36.95 


13,342.80 








18,506.00 








56,696.34 








226,680.00 










6,250.00 










157,321.00 




Southeast Guilford Telephone Co 






2,324.00 




North State Telephone Co... 






17,527.00 










2,622.00 




Farmers Telephone Co 






267.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co 






15,483.60 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






7,012.60 




Good Will Telephone Co 






500.00 




Orinoco Telephone Co _ 






120.00 




Southern Power Co . 






41,719.62 




Ritch Fork Telephone Co ■_ 






134.00 




Pleasant Grove Telephone Co 






65.00 




Guilford College Telephone Co.. . ... 






1,425.00 




Prospect Telephone Co 






44.00 




Brown Summit Telephone Co 






690.00 




Total 










4,394,605.19 






62.03 


34,014.80 




Halifax 


2,109,938.00 




Southern Railway— Rolling Stock 


17,972.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


20.20 


28,256.40 
213.23 


570,779.00 




Pullman Co 


11,569.86 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 




24,711.00 




Southern Express Co. 




181.48 
36.95 


14,753.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




24,961.57 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 




17,766.00 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






6,172.00 




Roanoke Railway ... 


1.64 


2,000.00 


3,280.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


2,028.00 




Total 








2,803,930.45 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 


25.01 


34,014.80 
213.23 
181.48 
36.95 


Harnett 


782,681.00' 

1,368.94 

11 323 00 




Pullman Co. . .. 




Southern Express Co 






Western Union Telegraph Co 




3,366.88 
29,648.00 




Carolina Power & Light Co 






Cardenas Telephone Co _ 






100.00 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co... 






28,848.00 




Durham & Southern Railroad 


20.62 


21,283.34 


438,862.00 



Corp. 2- 



9§ 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 




Raleigh, Char. & So. R. R.— Ral. & Southp. Div. 


21.75 


$ 6,198.35 


$134,814.00 


(Continued) 


1,620.00 










28.00 










3,528.00 




TotaL 










1,436,187.82 




Southern Railway Co... .. - 


21.58 


39,120.09 
181.48 






844,211.75 






3,916.00 








1,716.00 








36.95 


1,551.90 








4,472.00 






2.00 


3,000.00 


6,000.00 






7,500.00 








213.23 


2,985.22 








1,716.00 




Total 










874,068.87 




Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad. . - 


21.56 


22,500.00 
213.23 
181.48 






485,100.00 






4,597.24 








6,012.00 








2,233.00 








36.95 


5,897.22 








14,183.00 










2,264.40 










640.00 






11.57 


4,490.50 


51,955.06 






7,500.00 










2,200.00 




Total 










582,581.92 














5,325.00 






14.53 


34,014.80 

181.48 

36.95 

2,465.90 


494,235.00 






3,363.00 








4,172.39 






4.00 


9,864.00 






6,250.00 










4,580.00 










634.00 










19,724.00 










300.00 








213.23 


2,686.70 








180.00 




Total 










551,314.09 




Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad _. 


39.25 
9.00 


3,328.30 
1,363.63 




Hoke 


130,636.00 






12,273.00 






322.32 








36.95 
181.48 


498.83 








6,833.00 




Total ... -- - - 








150,563.15 













ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 99 

LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Hyde.. 


Washington & Hyde Telephone Co ... -. 




$ 


$ 1,380.00 




Fairfield Canal & Turnpike Co 






8,075.00 










1,500.00 










2,500.00 




Fairfield & Elizabeth City Transportation Co.. 






2,400.00 








1,000.00 




Total 










16,855.00 




Southern Railway Co 


53.20 
4.91 


39,120.09 
20,499.85 




Iredell 


2,081,189.00 




North Carolina Midland Railroad 


100,654.27 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. . 


29,401.00 




Pullman Co. . 




213.23 
181.48 


4,288.06 




Southern Express Co . ... 




10,546.00 




Mooresville Telephone Co. . . 




6,000.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . 




36.95 


6,004.38 




Southern Power Co. .. ... 




40,435.84 




Iredell Telephone Co .. 






14,856.00 




Harmony Telephone Co. 






750.00 




Clio Telephone Co 






1,750.00 




Amity Telephone Co. .. 






565.00 




Total 










2,296,439.55 






39,120.09 
181.48 
36.95 






Southern Railway Co 

Southern Express Co. . .. . . 


22.81 


892 329.35 




4,140.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co .... .. 




1,699.70 




Waynesville Telephone Co... ... .. . 




528.00 




Bryson City Telephone Co. .. 






842.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






429.00 




Total 










899,968.05 




North Carolina Railroad 


26.24 


67,497.32 




Johnston 


1,823,609.78 
600.00 




Selma Telephone Co .. . 




Cardenas Telephone Co... 






75.00 




North Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






14,424.00 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock. 






14,307.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . 


43.62 


34,018.80 
213.23 


1,483,726.00 






12,035.70 
8,660.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






9,757.20 




Southern Express Co. 




181.48 
36.95 


11,110.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . . . 




17,900.58 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




507.00 




Clayton Telephone Co.. . ... ... .. 






3,157.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad.. . . . 


0.36 


13,000.00 


4,680.00 




Garner Telephone Co. 


130.00 




Total ... ... .. 










3,404,679.26 






12.79 


34,014.80 
181.48 




Jones... 


435 049 00 




Southern Express Co 


3,079.00 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 




4,288.00 




T. H. Pritchard Transportation Co... .. . 






1,167.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 
213.23 


831.38 




Pullman Co 




891.30 



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K. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENTIOF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Norfolk Southern Railroad, A. & N. C. Div._._ 


4.18 
18.00 


$.14,631.63 
2,000.00 


$ 61,160.00 


{Continued) 


36,000.00 




Total 






542,465.68 




Seaboard Air Line Railway... ... . _- 


22.49 
8.55 
6.93 
8.50 
6.00 


28,256.40 

34,014.80 

11,171.71 

3,158.00 

3,000.00 

181.48 

36.95 






635,486.00 






290,827.00 






77,420.00 






26,850.00 




Raleigh, Char. & So. R. R— Sanf. & Troy Div.. 


18,000.00 
8,051.00 








18,675.27 








17,751.00 








213.23 


4,793.44 








988.00 










2,520.00 










36,066.00 




Total 










1,137,427.71 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. _ ... .. . 


11.07 


34,014.80 






376,544.00 






7,222.00 








181.48 


5,457.00 








18,469.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . . . ... . 




36.95 

213.23 

14,631.63 

1,500.00 

3,000.00 


2,854.76 








4,051.37 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. & N. C. Div.._ 
Kinston Carolina Railroad & Lumber Co 


19.00 

23.00 

6.00 


278,001.00 
34,500.00 
18,000.00 




Pink Hill Telephone Co.. 


1,100.00 




Total .. . 










746,199.13 






15.60 


28,256.40 
181.48 
36.95 


• 




440,800.00 






5,546.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 




1,866.10 








11,070.00 






14.96 


9,311.15 


139,295.00 






16,687.45 




Total 










615,264.55 






2.52 


39,120.09 
181.48 
36.95 






98,582.70 






2,889.00 








147.80 








2,000.00 




Tallulah Falls Railway 


14.50 


7,471.24 


108,333.00 






330.00 




Total 










212,282.50 














500.00 










1,500.00 






28.40 


39,120.09 
213.23 
181.48 


1,111,010.45 






6,055.70 




Southern Express Co 




5,154.00 



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101 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 
Assessed 
Value. 








$ 36.95 


$ 5,249.49 


(Continued) 






3,944.00 










250.00 










49.00 






10.00 


4,995.00 


49,950.00 




Total 






1,183,662.64 






52.24 


34,014.80 
181.48 
36.95 






1,776,933.00 






9,482.00 








6,393.09 








1,858.00 










5,500 00 














1,800,166.09 




Carolina, Clinchfield & Ohio Railroad 


44.47 
32.24 
13.90 


22,500.77 

39,120.09 

5,000.00 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 






1,000,609.00 




1,261,232.00 






69,500.00 






6,874.54 








16,459.00 








7,016.80 








2,000.00 




Total 










2,363,691.34 






39,120.09 
45,878.67 
69,497.32 
28,256.40 








34.88 
11.42 
11.90 
23.90 


1,364,509.00 






523,934.30 






827,018.22 






675,328.00 






6,250.00 










207,200.00 








213.23 


10,108.10 








150,228.00 








181.48 
36.95 


14,901.00 








41,994.04 








450,000.00 










21,620.60 




Steel Creek Telephone Co. . . 






740.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






3,618.04 




Southern Power Co 






87,493.47 




Huntersville Telephone Co 






1,250.00 




Charlotte Rapid Transit Co 






5,800.00 




Piedmont Traction Co . . . . 






71,638.00 




Union Telephone Co.. . . . 






432.00 




Total. 










4,464,062.77 






39.57 


22,500.77 
181.48 




Mitchell 


890,356.00 




Southern Express Co 


7,203.00 




Total 








897,559.00 






3.09 


22,440.68 
181.48 




Montgomery 


69,343.00 






9,781.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 




183.00 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




$ 36.95 


$ 2,401.75 

1,000.00 

150 00 


(Continued) 


Troy Telephone & Electric Co.. 






Yadkin River Power Co. 








Mount Gilead Telephone Co. 






2,500.00 
353 00 




Asheboro Telephone Co... 








Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R — Durham 
& Charlotte Division 


10.00 
41.50 


2,929.20 
4,178.61 


29 292 00 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad— Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 


173,412.00 




Total 




288,415.75 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


24.58 


28,256.40 
213.23 




694,542.00 
5 241 19 




Pullman Co.. 




Swift Refrigerator Transportation Co. 




1,000.00 




Southern Express Co. 




181.48 

36.95 

3,328.30 

2,102.22 


16 871 00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




12,156 55 




Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co... 


2.50 
22.50 


8,321.00 




Randolph & Cumberland Railroad Co. 


47,300.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 


5,316.00 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 


27.00 
26.00 


4,178.61 
2,929.20 


112,822.00 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Dur- 
ham & Charlotte Division 


76,159.00 




Yadkin River Power Co 


45,458.00 
32,000.00 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Car- 
thage & Pinehurst Division . 


12.50 


2,560.00 




Co-operative Telephone Co.... 


2,012.00 




Total . 










1 059,198.74 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


30.38 


34,014.80 






1,033,370.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


1,131.00 




Pullman Co. . 




213.23 


4,659.00 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.... 




15,384.00 




Southern Express Co.. ... 




181.48 


7,433.00 




Southern Railway— Rolling Stock 




4,344.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 


1,720.39 




Merchants Telephone Co. .. 




250.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co 






2,984.80 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


10.67 


13,000.00 


138,710.00 




Southern Investment Co. 


1,818.00 




Total 










1,211,804.19 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad .. 


29.68 
3.37 


34,014.80 

28,256.40 

213.23 

181.48 
36.95 






1,009,559.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway ._ _ .. 


95,224.00 




Pullman Co *__ __ . 


3,618.51 




Southern Express Co ... 




5,998.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 




7,834.50 








750.00 






3.50 


657.14 


2,300.00 




Tidewater Power Co. 


352,780.00 










5,000.00 








4,000.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 





1 


116,275.00 



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103 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION-Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 








$ 


$ 1,140.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






276.00 




Total 










1,604,755.01 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 3 


8.77 


34,014.80 




Northampton 


298,310.00 
2,055.00 






42.33 


28,256.40 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 


1,195,811.00 






5,680.45 








8,958.00 








17,510.50 








4,513.00 






9.00 


2,222.22 


20,000.00 






2,886.40 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.- . . 






951.60 










550.00 










409.00 










2,700.00 






4.00 


2,000.00 


8,000.00 




Total 


1,568,334.95 






36.31 


34,014.80 






1,235,077.00 






7,500.00 








181.48 
36.95 


6,590.00 








1,330.20 








4,363.00 






5.40 


2,000.00 


10,800.00 






1,167.00 




Total 










1,266,827.20 






17.27 
10.14 


69,497.32 

3,000.00 

213.23 

181.48 




Orange 


1,200,218.82 






30,420.00 






3,682.48 








4,975.00 








3,294.00 








36.95 


4,618.75 








20,538.40 




Chapel Hill Telephone Co 






2,500.00 










180.00 










285.00 










1,416.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,083.60 










2,000.00 




Morris Telephone Co . _ 






778.00 




Total 










1,275,990.05 






21.52 


13,000.00 
36.95 




Pamlico 


279,759.00 
793.31 








Pamlico & Beaufort Telephone Co. ... 




712.00 






6.50 


2,009.00 
181.48 


13,062.00 




Southern Express Co 


5,076.00 




Total 








299,402.31 






" " 







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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Pasquotank 


Norfolk Southern Railroad 


23.66 


S13.000.00 
181.48 
36.95 
213.23 


$307,579.00 


Southern Express Co. ._ ._ 


4,045.00 








960.70 








2,584.35 




Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 




14,545.00 








1,130.00 










6,417.00 




North Carolina Gas Co. .. __. . 






500.00 




Electric Light Company of Elizabeth City . - 






800.00 




Total 










338,561.05 




Wallace Telephone Co. 










114.00 






62.99 


34,014.80 
213.23 
181.48 

' 36.95 


2,142,592.00 






5,371.26 








11,432.00 








12,348.60 








4,702.00 










8,700.00 










1,250.00 




Total 










2,186,509.86 






24.83 


13,000.00 




Perquimans 


322,789.00 


Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 


7,273.00 








421.00 








213.23 
181.48 
36.95 


3,360.50 








4,604.00 








1,182.40 




Total 








339,629.90 






5.20 


9,090.91 
181.48 

36.95 






47,272.73 






4,971.00 








2,143.10 








360.00 










200.00 






22.19 


21,664.62 
213.23 


480,738.00 






1,108.80 








2,222.00 




Total 










539,015.63 






56.49 


34,014.80 




Pitt 


1,921,496.00 






2,360.00 








213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

2,716.62 


6,202.86 








17,199.00 








6,363.16 






9.07 


24,640.00 






22,116.00 






29.21 


13,000.00 


379,728.00 






365.00 




Total 










2,380,470.02 













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105 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 


Polk 




10.00 


$22,500.00 
213.23 


$225,000.00 






2,132.30 








1,680.00 








181.48 
36.95 


1,814.00 








2,217.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 




1,144.80 










345.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co . 






2,202.00 




Green River Telephone Co.. .. _ _ 






40.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






270.00 




Total 










236,845.10 




Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro & So. R. R. 
North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co . 


30.49 
23.74 

0.60 


11,171.71 
12,500.00 
69,497.32 




Randolph 


340,625.00 




296,750.00 

41,698.49 

5,911.00 








2,134.00 




Randleman Telephone Co. - ... ____ 






2,000.00 




Southern Power Co _. ... . 






1,925.48 








181.48 


12,492.00 




Asheboro Telephone Co 




2,647.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ...... .. _. . 




36.95 


4,652.01 




North State Telephone Co 




180.00 




Pullman Co. .. ..... . 




213.23 


127.94 




Prospect Telephone Co. . _ 




56.00 




Southeast Guilford Telephone Co 






176.00 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R— Aber- 


14.60 




4,178.61 


61,008.00 




Coleridge Telephone Co .. . ... .. 


2,500.00 




Riverside Telephone Co. ..... .. 






1,650.00 




Total 










776,532.92 




Seaboard Air Line Railway... 

Pullman Co . _ 


43.66 


28,256.40 
213.23 




Richmond 


1,233,674.00 




8,812.80 




Yadkin River Power Co.. ... . . . 


35,690.00 




Southern Express Co 


181.48 
3,977.51 


8,526.00 




North & South Carolina Railroad- . . 


4.99 


19,847.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 


24,393.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co .. 




36.95 


22,892.74 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




214.50 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R— Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division. 


9.00 
16.67 


4,178.61 
2,934.58 


37,608.00 




Rockingham Railroad 


48,919.00 




Total 






1,440,577.04 






80.69 


34,014.80 




Robeson 


2,744,654.00 
2,850.00 




Carolina Electric Co. ... 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


30.60 


28,256.40 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

1,363.63 


864,646.00 




Pullman Co. . ... . 


13,924.92 




Southern Express Co 




28,049.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




17,806.21 






2.00 


2,727.00 




St. Pauls Telephone Co 


394.00 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co 






11,258.00 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 
Assessed 
Value. 








$ 


$ 200.00 


(Continued.) 




20.76 


6,262.04 


130,000.00 


American Telephone & Telegraph Co . 


6,244.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






2,347.80 






22.62 
12.50 


3,000.00 
1,600.00 


67,860.00 






20,000.00 






10,192.00 




Total 










3,923,152.93 






21.65 
10.44 


39,120.09 
11,171.71 






846,950.00 






116,633.00 






13,242.00 








213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

7,334.96 

21,664.62 


4,616.43 








10,773.00 








32,946.47 






7.25 
20.02 


53,178.48 






433,725.00 






2,000.00 










2,622.00 










8,554.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. .. 






2,940.60 




Good Will Telephone Co. 






175.00 










83.00 




Total 










1,528,438.98 






17.52 


39,120.09 






685,384.00 






133.00 






20.60 
16.66 


69,497.42 
6,000.00 


1,431,644.89 






99,960.00 






1,300.00 










70,287.00 








213.23 

181.48 
36.95 


8,128.33 








13,064.00 








43,218.94 








1,116.00 




Gold Hill Telephone Co 






983.00 










1,094.00 






17.20 


20,499.85 


352,597.43 






4,027.00 










119.00 










8,066.00 










175.00 










39,793.15 










600.00 




Total . . 










2,761,690.74 






27.21 

24.90 

20.42 

3.00 


22,500.77 
5,000.00 

28,256.40 
4,266.66 






612,246.00 






124,500.00 






576,996.00 






12,800.00 






320.00 








181.48 


13,298.00 








2,000.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 


4,337.93 



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107 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 








$ 


$ 1,050.00 


{Continued.) 








4,000.00 








267.00 










360.00 




Total 










1,352,174.93 






49.35 


34,014.80 






1,678,630.00 






490.00 








181.48 
36.95 


8,956.00 








3,547.20 




Roseboro & Fayetteville Telephone Co... 




1,143.00 




Clinton-Dunn Telephone Co.. . 






992.00 




Sampson Telephone Co.- . . 






1,500.00 




Consolidated Telephone Co 






5,354.00 




Teachey's Dell Telephone Co.. . .--.__ 






250.00 




Total 










1,700,862.20 




Laurinburg & Southern Railroad. 


18.00 


8,727.77 

213.23 

34,014.80 

28,256.40 

181.48 






157,100.00 




Pullman Co. . .. __ ... . 


3,921.30 






10.03 
15.58 


341,168.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway. . . . 


440,234.00 




Southern Express Co 


6,123.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. . 




12,422.05 








36.95 


5,136.06 








2,325.60 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co... 






3,011.15 




North & South Carolina Railroad . . 


6.13 
1.25 
4.73 


3,977.51 
3,328.30 
2,934.58 


24,383.00 




Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad.. . .. . 


4,160.00 




Rockingham Railroad . . ... 


13,881.00 




Total.. 






1,013,865.10 






23.19 


6,000.00 
181.48 




Stanly 


139,140.00 




Southern Express Co 


9,562.00 




Albemarle Telephone Co 




3,884.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




36.95 


1,293.25 




Norwood Electric & Water Co... 




1,225.00 










37,226.00 




Winston-Salem Southbound Railway . _ 


23.09 


22,440.68 


518,156.00 




Total 






710,487.00 






20.80 


11,171.71 




Stokes 


232,372.00 




Rural Telephone Co . 


454.00 










960.00 








181.48 


5,711.00 








3,324.00 








36.95 
21,664.62 


3,140.75 






10.67 


231,162.00 






2,181.00 










200.00 














479,504.75 













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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 






33.13 


$ 39,120.09 


$1,296,048.70 
6,000.00 








Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 


17.40 


11,171.71 

181.48 


194,388.00 
9,171.00 








1,595.00 










750.00 








36.95 
1,500.00 


2,512.60 






5.00 


7,500.00 




Elkin Light & Power Co 


500.00 






11.75 


2,500.00 


29,375.00 




Total 






1,547,840.30 






6.21 


2,753.30 






17,098.00 






809.00 








3,158.00 






38.77 
9.10 


39,120.09 

2,500.00 

181.48 

36.95 

2,841.72 


1,516,686.00 






22,750.00 






7,036.00 








2,882.10 




Carolina & Tennessee Southern Railway 

Total 


13.90 


39,500.00 




1,609,919.00 






30.53 


4,490.50 






137,094.94 




Cascade Power Co . .. __ 


7,600.00 








181.48 


5,541.00 




Brevard Light & Power Co __ . . 




2,560.00 




Total .. 










152,795.94 






7.59 


13,000.00 




Tyrrell.... 


98,670.00 






1,867.00 








36.95 
181.48 


258.65 








1,270.00 




Total .. 








102,065.65 




Seaboard Air Line Railway 


39.90 


28,256.40 
213.23 






1,127,430.00 




8,507.88 






8,075.00 






181.48 


7,241.00 








4,499.00 










4,568.00 








36.95 


15,644.63 






41,077.00 










350.00 




Total - 










1,217,393.21 






7.10 
28.16 


39,120.09 

28,256.40 

213.23 

181.48 






277,752.70 






795,700.00 






4,415.33 








6,399.00 








1,210.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


36.95 


15,105.90 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 
LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



109 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. . - . 




$ 


$ 18,881.00 


(Continued.) 


Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 




3,963.65 




7.50 


3,714.29 


27,857.00 






11,830.00 










739.00 










10,000.00 




Total 










1,173,843.58 




North Carolina Railroad 


27.52 
42.65 
28.07 
27.41 
0.37 

17.25 


69,497.32 
28,256.40 
21,283.34 
13,000.00 
4,993.40 

6,198.35 
213.23 




Wake 


1,912,566.35 






1,205,135.00 






597,425.00 






356,329.00 






1,847.00 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R. — Raleigh 


106,921.00 






20,729.09 








780.00 










79,105.00 




Wake Water Co 






25,000.00 








181.48 


25,934.00 








3,475.00 








36.95 


46,899.16 








13,514.00 




Union Tank Line Co.-. _. _______ 






6,250.00 










1,881.00 










200.00 










26,009.00 










38.00 










8,000.00 










200.00 










700.00 




Cape Fear Telephone Co ... _ . . _ . 






1,473.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co.__ . 






2,299.00 




Garner Telephone Co.. .. _ _ ... ... 






627.00 




North State-Hydro Electric Co. 






12,460.00 




North State Hydro Electric Co., (valuation for 
Method Sub-Station, House Creek Twp.) 






50,000.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






9,227.35 










53,536.00 










5,400.00 




Total 










4,573,960.15 




Seaboard Air Line Railway .. 


31.03 


28,256.40 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

4,400.00 






876,796.00 




Pullman Co _ _ 


6,631.32 








5,632.00 








13, 449s 80 




Warrenton Railroad 


3.00 


13,200.00 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co _. 


18,505.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






4,489.35 






3.00 


3,714.29 


11,143.00 






261.00 




Total 










950,137.46 













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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 
Assessed 
Value. 






3.87 


$34,014.80 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 


$131,637.00 






5,927.79 








11,952.00 








1,662.75 








1,245.00 






59.53 


13,000.00 


773,888.00 




Total 






926,312.54 














1,850.00 










1,142.00 










4,000.00 




Total 










6,992.00 






10.47 


69,497.32 






727,637.00 






7,500.00 










1,845.00 






38.52 


34,014.80 

213.23 

181.48 

36.95 

14,031.63 


1,310,250.00 






11,404.54 








8,587.00 








16,122.02 




Norfolk Southern Railroad, A. & N. C. Div.... 


10.82 


158,314.00 
6,000.00 










34,416.00 










8,700.00 










7,740.00 




Total 










2,298,515.55 






18.11 


39,120.09 
181.48 
36.95 




Wilkes . 


708,465.00 






3,287.00 








665.10 








5,272.00 






0.25 


2,500.00 


625.00 




Total . 






718,314.10 






31.27 


34,014.80 






1,063,643.00 






1,678.00 








213.23 


11,613.51 








24,626.00 










155.00 










33,393.00 








181.48 


9,912.00 








6,734.40 






23.34 


13,000.00 


303,418.00 






454.00 








36.95 


15,806.10 








250.00 




Total --- - 










1,471,683.01 












Yadkin 


500.00 










3,060.00 




Yadkinville Teleohone Co 






905.00 



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111 



LIST OF COUNTIES, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 


Yadkin 






$ 


$ 500.00 


(Continued.) 








225.00 


Total- 










5,190.00 






5.36 


22,500.77 






120,604.00 






500.00 








181.48 
4,216.86 


973.00 






8.30 


35,000.00 




Total 


157,077.00 













112 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



STATEMENT X— List of Towns, with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for Year 1912. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Aberdeen.. 

Acme 

Advance... 
Ahoskie... 

Albemarle. 

Alexander. 
Almond... 
Andrews... 

Angier 

Ansonville 
Apex 

Archdale.. 
Asheboro.. 

Asheville.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R. Co., Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Midland Railroad. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Wellington & Powellsville Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

United Telephone Co 



Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Albemarle Telephone Co 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Co. 



Southern Railway Co. 
Southern Railway Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Snow Bird Valley Railroad Co. 
Andrews Telephone Co 



Durham & Southern Railroad Co. 
Cardenas Telephone Co 



Norwood Electric & Water Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Cape Fear Telephone Co 

Durham & Southern Railroad Co 



North State Telephone Co.. 



1.00 



0.50 
0.65 



0.83 



0.70 



0.46 
1.00 



1.00 



0.59 

1.00 

1.00 

1.53 
0.50 



1.00 



1.04 



0.94 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro & Sou. R. R 
Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Asheboro Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 



11.17 
0.50 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



3.04 



$28,256.40 



4,178.61 
3,328.30 



28,256.40 



20,499.85 



34,014.80 
2,465.90 



,000.00 



22,440.68 

39,120.09 

39,120.09 

39,120.09 
1,250.00 



21,283.34 



28,256.40 



21,283.34 



12,500.00 
4,178.61 



39,120.09 



$ 28,256.40 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION'S 



113 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 








$ 


$ 44.00 






0.85 


34,014.80 


28,913.00 






700.00 






1.25 


2,009.50 


1 
2,512.00 






50.00 






0.60 


34,014.80 


20, 409. a 






20.00 






0.36 


34,014.80 


12,245.00 






800.00 










11.08 






0.74 
0.50 


13,000.00 
34,014.80 


9,620.00 






17,007.00 






274.17 










196.80 






0.74 


13,000.00 


9,620.00 






8.13 










36.00 






1.55 


13,000.00 


20,150.00 






80.00 










1,000.00 






1.14 


13,000.00 


14,820.00 






3,600.00 






1.33 


45,878.67 


61,018.63 






850.00 






0.50 


34,014.80 


17,007.00 






110.85 










136.80 










2,500.00 


Bessemer City 




2.96 


45,878.67 


135,800.86 






1,662.75 










850.00 


Bethel 




0.48 


34,014.80 


16,327.00 






69.83 


Biltmore 




0.28 
0.24 


22,500.00 
39,120.09 


6,300.00 






9,388.81 






884.00 










1,068.00^ 




Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Aber- 
deen & Asheboro'Division 


1.00 


4,178.61 






4,178.61 



Corp. 2 8 



114 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION 
LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Black Creek. 



Black Mountain. 



Bladenboro. 
Boardman.. 

Bolivia. 

Bonsai 



Bonlee 

Boone 

Booneville.-. 

Bowden 

Boyette 

Brevard 

Bridgeton 

Broadway— 
Bryson City. 

Buies Creek. 
Burgaw 



Burlington. 



Cameron- 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Randleman Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Black Mountain Telephone Co._ 
Western Union Telegraph Co — 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Wilmington, Brunswick & Southern R. R. 



Durham & South Carolina Railroad- 
Cape Fear Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 



Bonlee Telephone Co 

Watauga Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co._ 
Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co._ 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Transylvania Railroad Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Atlantic & Western Railway 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Bryson City Telephone Co.,.. 



Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Pender Telephone Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Randolph & Cumberland Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Cooperative Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



0.51 



$34,014.80 



1.00 



0.75 
1.05 
1.00 
0.37 



1.04 



0.50 
0.80 
0.39 
0.60 
1.00 



2.00 



2.00 



1.20 
0.50 



39,120.09 



28,256.40 
34,014.80 
2,666.67 
4,993.49 



28,256.40 



34,014.80 
4,490.50 

13,000.00 
3,158.82 

39,120.09 



34, 014. i 



69,497.32 



28,256.40 
2,102.22 



$ 17,348.00 
195.84 
150.00 

39,120.09 

1,000.00 

133.02 

21,192.30 

35,716.00 

2,666.67 

1,846.60 

225.00 

29,386.66 

36.00 

214.00 

144.00 

89.00 

17,007.00 

3,592.40 

4,810.00 

1,895.00 

39,120.09 

29.56 

800.00 

50.00 

68,030.00 
121.94 
187.00 
448.00 

138,994.64 

141.00 

438.23 

161.60 

18,371.00 

33,907.68 

1,052.00 

274.91 

150.00 

66.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



115 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Candor 

Canton 

Caroleen 

Carthage 

Cary 

Catawba 

Cedar Falls. 
Cerro Gordo 
Chadbourn.. 

Chapel Hill. 
Charlotte 



Cherryville 



China Grove. 



Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R. — Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Div 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 



0.60 



$ 4,178. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Canton Electric & Telephone Co 

Ashevilie Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



0.87 



Caroleen & Henrietta Telephone Co.. 



Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R. — Carthage 

& Pinehurst Div 

Randolph & Cumberland Railroad Co 

Cooperative Telephone Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co... 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Raleigh Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line R. R 

North Carolina Railroad . 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway... 

Piedmont Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Concord Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
China Grove Telephone Co 



0.50 
1.00 



1.00 
1.10 



0.96 



1.10 



4.00 



4.82 
3.35 
2.72 
3.68 



1.00 



1.55 



39,120.09 



2,560.00 
.2,102.22 



69,497.32 
28,256.40 



39,120.09 



34,014. 



34,014. 



39,120.09 
45,878.67 
69,497.32 
28,256.40 



28,256.40 



69,497.32 



$ 2,508.00 
6.00 

34,034.47 

21.06 

7,500.00 

132.00 

132.00 

1,300.00 



1,280.00 

2,102.22 

350.00 

69,497.32 

31,082.04 

1,021.30 

53.60 

656.00 

22.00 

37,555.28 
144.00 

95.00 

37,416.00 

136,059.00 
165.00 
333.66 

2,500.00 
122.00 

188,558.84 
153,693.55 
189,032.71 
103,983.55 
133,758.00 

3,131.14 
589.00 

6,444.60 

28,256.40 

1,706.00 

42.86 

107,720.86 

1,373.80 

781.00 

110.00 

165.00 



116 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation 
'per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Chocowinity. 
Clarkton 



Claremont. 



Clarendon. 
Clayton 



Cleveland 



Clinton. 



Clyde. 



Coats 



Colfax 

Columbia- 



Columbus. 
Concord-.. 



Conetoe. 



Connelly Spgs.. 
Conover... 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co._ 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co._ 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.- 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co._ 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Durham & Southern Railroad Co 



Conway. 



Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co._ 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 
Tyrrell County Telephone Co.. 



Polk County Telephone Co.. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Concord Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co . 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 



1.30 
1.38 



1.00 



1.00 
1.06 



0.75 



0.63 



0.64 



0.81 



1.46 



$13,000.00 
28,256.40 



39,120.09 



34,014.80 
69,497.32 



0.57 



1.04 



39,120.09 



34,014.80 



39,120.09 



21,283.34 



13,000.00 



69,497.32 



34,014.80 



39,120. 



S 16,900.00 

38,993.83 
147.43 

39,120.09 
147.80 
132.00 

34,014.80 

73,667.16 

334.03 

88.80 

1,465.00 

90.00 

29,340.07 

196.57 

7,344.00 

15,307.00 
12.19 

24,645.66 
26.97 
132.00 
132.00 

50.00 
13,621.00 

161.00 

10,530.00 
186.00 

176.00 

101,466.09 

809.57 

190.60 

668.00 

1,395.00 

2,188.00 

19,388.00 
46.56 

150.00 

40,684.49 
184.75 
132.00 

125.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



117 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

A.ssessec 
Value. 



Cornelius- 
Council 

Cove City. 

Creedmoor 

Creswell 

Crouse 

Dallas 

Davidson.. 

Denton 

Dillsboro.. 

Dobson 

Dover 

Durham. . 



Southern Railway Co... 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 
Southside Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Tyrrell County Telephone Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co._ 



Carolina & Northwestern Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Piedmont Railway Co.... 
Southern Bell Telephone 



Telegraph Co.. 



Southern Railway Co... 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Siloam Telephone Co... 
Mt. Airy Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad, A. & N. C. Div. 

Dover & Southbound Railroad 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

North Carolina Railroad... 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co 

Norfolk & Western Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Interstate Telephone Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.— 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
North Carolina Telephone Co 



Dudley 

Dundarroch 
Dunn 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bed Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.. 
Durham & Southern Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 



1.13 



139,120.09 



1.00 
0.91 



0.85 



0.28 



0.96 
1.17 



1.51 



0.50 



1.00 



1.36 
1.00 



0.83 
2.33 
0.94 
3.04 



0.69 



1.00 



1.00 
0.73 



28,256.40 
13,000.00 



28,256.40 



13,000.00 



28,256.40 
9,311.15 



39,120.09 



2,681.06 



39,120.09 



14,631.63 
2,000.00 



39,120.09 
69,497.32 
28,256.40 
21,664.62 



34,014. 



.30 



34,014.80 
21,283.34 



S 44,205.70 
549.00 

28,256.40 

11,830.00 
147.80 
240.00 

24,017.94 
250.00 

3,640.00 

10.35 

100.00 

27,126.14 

10,894.00 

28.08 

59,071.34 

67.62 

4,028.00 

1,340.00 
122.00 

39,120.09 
24.76 

14.00 
96.00 

19,899.00 

2,000.00 

240.00 

32,469.67 
161,928.75 

26,561.00 

65,861.00 
270.10 

54,676.00 

110.05 

276.60 

264.00 

65.00 

23,470.00 
123.00 

3,328.30 

34,014.80 

15,537.00 

221.70 



118 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Dunn 

(Continued) 

Earles 

East Bend 

E. Kings Mountain 
E. Laurinburg 

East Spencer _. 

Edenton 

Edwards 

Efland 

Elizabeth City 

Elizabethtown 

Elkin 

Elk Park 

Ellenboro 

Ellerbe 

Elon College 

Elm City- _. 

Enfield- 



American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railroad 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co._ 
Laurinburg & Southern R. R — 



0.51 



0.56 
0.25 



Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Washington & Vandemere Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



1.00 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Norfolk & Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad Co.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Bladen Telephone Co 



2.36 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Elkin & Alleghany Railroad Co. 



2.00 



E. Tennessee & Western North Carolina R. R... 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



0.40 
1.00 



Seaboard Air Line Railway.-. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Ellenboro Telephone Co 



1.00 



Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad — Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co ._. 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 



0.50 
0.69 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



0.53 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 



1.33 



45,878.67 



28,256.40 

8,727.77 



13,000.00 



2,009.50 



13,000.00 



3,000.00 



39,120.09 



2,500.00 
8,966.00 



28,256.40 



4,178.61 
39,497.32 



34,014.80 



34,014. 



$ 288.00 
2,332.00 

36.95 

198.00 

23,398.12 

15,823.58 
2,182.00 

926.00 

21,840.00 
3,500.00 

2,009.00 

78.00 

30,680.00 
7,500.00 

1,260.00 
51.50 
25.00 

78,240.18 

34.36 

1,000.00 

8,966.00 
44.34 

28,256.40 
55.79 
62.00 



2,089.00 

47,953.15 
157.00 
62.40 
50.40 
47.00 

18,028.00 
727.18 
173.60 

45,240.00 

954.78 

114.00 

1,100.00 



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119 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 

Value. 








$ 


$ 25.00 






0.83 


34,014.80 


28,232.00 






29.56 






0.63 
1.00 


34,014.80 
34,014.80 


21 429 00 


Fair Bluff 




34,014.80 
166.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co ._ 




Western Union Telegraph Co _____ __ 




186.23 






1.05 


34,014.80 


35 716 00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co... .1 


822.00 






0.68 


34,014.80 


23 130 00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ____ . 


247.56 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






100.00 


Faith 


Gold Hill Telephone Co _ 






185.00 










150 00 






0.89 
0.57 


2,716.62 
13,000.00 


2,418.00 

7,410.00 

600.00 








Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 


Fayetteville . . 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. _ 


4.21 


34,014.80 


143,202.00 






920.06 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. ___-_„._ 






459.00 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. _ L__ . 






598.00 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 






10,871.00 


Forest ville _- 




0.88 


28,256.40 


24 865 63 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. . 


264.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.- . ___ _ 






1,110 35 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co... . 






164.70 


Forest City 


South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R 

Seaboard Air Line Railway ... 


2.00 
1.25 


5,000.00 
28,256.40 


10,000.00 

35,320.50 

30 67 






Western Union Telegraph Co. _. .. 




Forest City Telephone Co 






990 00 


Fountains ... __ 




1.00 


2,716.62 


2 716 62 


Fuquay 


Cardenas Telephone Co... . _ 


200 00 


Four Oaks ._ 




0.53 


34,014.80 


18,028.00 
126 37 








American Telephone & Telegraph Co. _ _ 




160.80 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. . _ . 




100.00 


Franklin 


Tallulah Falls Railway _ 


0.14 


7,471.24 


1,046.00 

1,428.00 

22.00 




Franklin Telephone & Electric Co 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






Franklinton 


Seaboard Air Line Railway... . 


0.96 


28,256.40 


27,126.14 
406.45 




Western Union Telegraph Co ... 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Franklinton 

(Continued) 



Franklinville. 
Fremont 



Garland . 



Garner. 



Garysburg. 



Gastonia. 



Gatesville... 
Germanton. 
Gibson 



Gibsonville. 



Glen Alpine. 

Glenwood... 
Gold Hill™. 



Godwin. 



Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
Fremont Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Garner Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co... 
Farmers Mutual Telephone Co.... 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line R. R 

Carolina & Northwestern Railway 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

United Telephone Co 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad- 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North & South Carolina Railroad 

Rockingham Railroad... 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

■Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



South Carolina & Georgia Extension Railroad. 



Yadkin Railroad 

Gold Hill Telephone Co.— 
Lowerstone Telephone Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone Co 



1.30 



1.00 



1.00 



1.00 



0.51 



3.33 
1.68 



0.50 
0.37 



1.00 
0.64 

0.63 



1.00 



0.60 
0.28 



0.50 



34,014.80 



34,014. 



),497.32 



28,256.40 



34,014. 



45,878.67 
9,311.15 



11,171.17 
34,014.80 



3,977.51 
2,934.58 



1,497.32 



39,120.09 



5,000.00 
6,000.00 



34,014.80 



$ 278.79 
800.00 
110.00 

95.00 

44,219.00 
232.78 
290.00 

34,014.80 
73.90 

69,497.32 
84.00 
65.00 
135.00 

28,256.40 

100.00 

17,348.00 

152,775.97 

15,642.00 

526.25 

1,990.50 

16,140.00 

1,710.80 

17.00 

25.00 

5,585.86 

12,585.00 
1,782.00 
51.50 
3,977.51 
1,878.00 

43,783.31 

233.00 

77.60 

1,173.00 

39,120.09 
89.00 

3,000.00 

1,680.00 
305.00 
25.00 

17,007.00 
88.68 
156.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATION'S 



121 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 






0.70 
1.90 
0.89 


869,497.32 
34,014.80 
14,631.63 


$ 48,648.12 






64,628.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad Co., A. & N. C. Div. 


13,022.00 
1,047.53 










24,778.00 










45.00 




Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 


1.00 


11,171.71 


11,171.71 






171.00 










30.67 






1.45 


69,497.32 


100,771.11 






298.21 








87.20 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






1,312.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. 






45.36 


Granite Falls 


Carolina & Northwestern Railway Co - .. 


1.00 


9,311.15 


9,311.00 




Lenoir Electric Co - .... 


30.00 




Hickory Electric Co ._. _ 






65.00 










73.90 






0.79 


6,000.00 


4,740.00 




Gold Hill Telephone Co 


85.00 










200.00 




Southern Railway Co 


1.80 
2.85 
2.11 


39,120.09 
11,171.71 
69,497.32 


70,416.16 




Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad. 


31,839.37 




North Carolina Railroad - . . 


146,639.35 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


537.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 






4,212.67 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






■2,237.20 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. . 






119,514.00 




North State Telephone Co . 






215.00 


Greenville 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


0.90 


34,014.80 


30,613.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


55.42 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. .. 






4,050.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad- .. 


1.46 


13,000.00 


18,980.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


63.25 


Grifton 




0.86 


34,014.80 


29,253.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


53.95 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 






80.00 


Grimesland- 








260.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad 


0.76 
0.50 


13,000.00 
45,878.67 


9,880.00 






22,939.34 
452.27 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co 






244.80 




Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co 






680.00 


Guilford College... 


Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






195.00 




Guilford College Telephone Co... 






125.00 


Gulf 


Bonlee Telephone Co.. 






36.00 



122 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continuad. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Halifax 

Hamlet 

Hampton 

Harrisburg 

Hassell 

Hazlewood 

Henderson 

Hendersonville 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co... 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R. 

Harrisburg Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Southern Railway Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Transylvania Railroad Co 



Henrietta... 
Hertford... 

Hickory 

Hiddenite— 
Highland... 
High Point 

Hildebran.. 



Caroleen & Henrietta Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

North Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Carolina & Northwestern Railway Co 

Hickory Electric Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co. 
Hickory Electric Co... 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro & Sou. 

North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



0.70 



$34,014. 



3.00 



28,256.40 



0.57 



5,000.00 



0.31 
0.50 



0.36 
2.05 



34,014.80 
39,120.09 



39,120.09 
28,256.40 



1.41 



22,500.00 



1.50 



4,490.50 



0.52 



2.04 
1.61 



0.95 



1.38 
2.44 



1.00 



13,000.00 



39,120.09 
9,311.15 



39,120.09 



12,500.00 
69,497.32 



39,120.09 



$ 23,810.00 
397.95 
145.00 

84,769.20 
6,940.00 

2,850.00 

375.00 

10,544.00 

19,560.05 

14,083.20 

57,926.00 

566.81 

386.00 

5,450.00 

440.00 

31,725.00 

335.14 

272.40 

11,817.00 

5,817.00 

70.00 

6,735.75 

550.00 

6,760.00 
1,500.00 

79,804.98 
132.00 

14,991.00 

2,947.00 

400.91 

144.00 
215.00 

37,164.09 
95.00 

17,250.00 

169,573.46 

1,640.58 

227.00 

17,312.00 

25,042.00 

39,120.09 
78.00 






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123 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION-Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile.. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 




North Carolina Railroad... . . 


0.13 


$69,497.32 


$ 9,034.65 




North Carolina Telephone Co 


30.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . ...... 






37.69 










96.00 










168.00 




Morris Telephone Co. 






778.00 






0.94 


34,014.80 


31,974.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


221.70 






1.08 


28,256.40 


30,516.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co . 


188.00 


Holly Springs 


Durham & Southern Railway Co.. 


1.00 


21,283.34 


21,283.34 




Cardenas Telephone Co . 


75.00 


Hope Mills 




1.50 


34,014.80 


51,022.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. .. 


342.90 




Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co 


0.47 


3,328.30 


1,581.00 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 


100.00 




Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad Co 


0.40 
1.08 


3,000.00 
39,120.09 


1,200.00 
42,249.70 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. .. . .. 


118.24 


Hudson 




1.50 


9,311.15 


13,967.00 






30.00 


Hunters ville ... .. 


Southern Railway Co... 


1.00 


39,120.09 


39,120.09 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


33.25 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






177.00 




Huntersville Telephone Co 






350.00 


Jackson . 


Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






600.00 




Northampton & Hertford Railroad Co.. 


0.80 
0.64 


2,222.22 
34,014.80 


1,778.00 


Jacksonville 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. . 


21,769.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


26.23 






2,500.00 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. .. 


| 


40.00 


Jamesville 




0.57 


34,014.80 


19,388.00 
47.67 




Western Union Telegraph Co.. 




Williamston Telephone Co... ... . . 






750.00 


Jefferson 


Horton Telephone Co 






500.00 


Jonesboro 




1.00 
1.00 


34,014.80 
3,158.82 


34,015.00 




Atlantic & Western Railway Co 


3,159.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co... ... . 


108.63 


Kannapolis 


Concord Telephone Co. . 






62.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






67.00 


Kelford 




0.56 
0.40 


34,014.80 
28,256.40 


19,048.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 


11,302.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


166.28 



124 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 








$ 


$ 85.00 


Kenly 




0.67 


34,014.80 


22,790.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


147.43 










145.60 










300.00 






1.29 


39,120.09 


50,464.92 






167.01 




Kernersville Telephone Co.. 






900.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co ._ 






77.00 




Good Will Telephone Co 






50.00 


Kings Mountain... 




1.53 


45,878.67 


70,194.36 




1,174.27 




Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co 






4,250.00 










462.40 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






254.50 


Kittrell 




0.30 


28,256.40 


8,477.00 






111.22 




Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 






185.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






782.00 






1.00 


28,256.40 


28,256.40 






265.30 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 






264.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co.— A. & N. C. Div. .. 


1.56 
1.90 


34,014.80 
14,631.63 


53,063.00 




27,800.00 
286.73 










8,043.00 










120.00 




Norfolk Southern R. R. Co.— A. & N. C. Div. 


0.86 


14,631.63 


12,583.00 




53.95 










1,000.00 






2.34 


34,014.80 


79,594.00 






665.10 










342.00 






1.00 


69,497.32 


69,497.32 






67.00 










10.00 




South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R 


1.00 
1.00 


5,000.00 
28,256.40 


5,000.00 




28,256.40 






150.00 






0.50 
1.52 


2,207.50 
28,256.40 


1,104.00 






42,950.00 






221.70 










7,290.00 




Laurinburg & Southern Railroad Co.. 


1.25 


8,727.77 


10,910.00 



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125 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation, 
per Mile 



Total 
^ssessec 
Value. 



Leaksville. 



Lenoir. 



Lexington- 



Danville & Western Railway 

International Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Carolina & Northwestern Railway Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Lenoir Electric Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Lexington Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 



Liberty 

Lilesville— . 
Lincolnton. 

Louisburg. 
Littleton... 

Long View. 

Loray 

Lowell 

Lucama 

Lumberton 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Liberty Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Carolina & Northwestern Railway Co. 
Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Southern Railway Co.. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
Hickory Electric Co... 



Iredell Telephone Co._ 



Atlanta & Charlotte Air Line Railroad. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



0.34 $ 7,334. 



1.96 



1.85 



0.42 



1.43 



1.00 



1.80 
2.12 



0.55 



[.50 



1.25 



0.96 



0.53 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad Co. 

Raleigh & Charleston Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 



1.00 



1.32 
0.47 



,311.15 



,497.32 



22,440.68 



11,171.71 



28,256.40 



28,256.40 
9,311.15 



28,256.40 



28,256.40 



39,120.09 



45,878.67 



34,014.80 



28,256.40 



3,000.00 
6,262.04 



! 2,494.00 
700.00 
122.00 

18,250.00 

21.06 

3,000.00 

128,570.00 
729.39 
153.00 
684.00 

4,550.00 
100.00 

9,425.00 

15,975.55 

86.46 

2,017.00 

28,256.40 
295.60 
166.00 

50,862.00 

19,740.00 

5,950.00 

105.31 

15,541.00 
2,400.00 

42,384.60 

345.85 

203.00 

1,100.00 

48,900.11 

266.04 

70.00 

131.00 

44,043.52 
775.95 
153.00 

18,028.00 
188.81 
204.40 

28,256.40 
63.18 
3,960.00 
2,943.00 
4,654.00 



126 



N. C. CORPORATION" COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



Valuation 

per Mile. 



Lumber Bridge 

McDonald 

Macon 

Macclesfield 

Madison 

Magnolia— 

Maiden 

Manly 

Marble 

Margarettsville 
Marion 

Marshall 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Maury 

Maysville , 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

East Carolina Railway Co 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 

Norfolk & Western Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Hallsville Telephone Co 



Carolina & Northwestern Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Marion Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Madison Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



East Carolina Railway Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Teiegraph Co 



1.00 



$34,014.80 



0.50 
0.85 



0.50 



0.56 
2.79 



1.00 



1.00 



1.00 



1.36 
1.00 



1.52 
0.60 



1.03 



1.00 



1.50 



0.60 
0.93 



34,014.80 
28,256.40 



2,716.62 



11,171.71 

21,664.62 



34,014. 



9,311.15 



28,256.40 



39,120.09 
28,256.40 



39,120.09 
5,000.00 



39,120.09 



28,256.40 



28,256.40 



2,716.62 
34,014.80 



$ 34,015.00 
242.40 



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127 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Maxton. 



Mayodan.. . 

McFarland. 

Mebane 



Merry Oaks. 



Micro. 



Middleburg. 

Middlesex... 
Milton 



Mineral Springs.. . 
Mocksville 



Moncure. 
Monroe. . 



Montezuma. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Norfolk & Western Railway Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Railroad... 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.. 
Cape Fear Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co — 
Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 



Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Yancey ville Telephone Co. ... 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 



North Carolina Midland Railroad i 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Mocksville Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Monroe Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 

Linville River Railway Co 



Mooresboro South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R. 



Morehead City. 



1.02 
1.28 



$34,014.80 
28,256.40 



1.10 
1.00 



21,664.62 
34,014.80 



1.00 



69,497.32 



1.30 



28,256.40 



0.50 



34,014. 



1.00 



28,256.40 



0.75 



13,000.00 



0.50 
1.78 



!, 256.40 
),499.85 



2.39 28,256.40 



Mooresville. 



Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., A. & N. C. Division 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 

Morehead City Telephone Co 



1.00 2,500.00 
1.00 ! 5,000.00 
2.78 i 14,631.63 



Southern Railway Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



2.02 39,120.09 



$ 34,695.00 

36,379.00 

234.26 

294.40 

1,210.00 

78.00 

23,831.00 

34,015.00 
70.94 

69,497.32 
72.00 
134.86 
132.00 
100.00 

36,733.00 
70.00 

17,007.00 
140.00 

28,256.40 
240.00 

9,750.00 

9.61 
62.00 

14,128.20 

36,489.73 

18.47 

100.00 

55.00 

948.00 

67,533.00 

334.77 

8,075.00 

1,419.00 

2,500.00 

5,000.00 

40,676.00 

78.70 

160.00 

800.00 

79,022.58 
62.81 



128 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Mooresville 

{Continued) 

Morganton 

Morrisville 

Morven 

Mortimer 

Mount Airy 

Mount Gilead... 

Mount Holly — 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pleasant 
Murphy 

Murfreesboro 

Nashville 

Nebo 

New Bern 



Mooresville Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
North Carolina Midland Railroad 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



0.20 
1.52 



20,499.85 
39,120.09 



Southern Railway Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



0.60 



),497.32 



1.00 



34,014.80 



Carolina & Northwestern Railway Co. 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Mount Airy Telephone Co. 



2.00 
2.01 



9,311.15 
11,171.71 



Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern R. R. Co., Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 

Mount Gilead Telephone Co 



0.25 



4,178.61 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co _.- 



.30 



28,256.40 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



1.36 



34,014.80 



Concord Telephone Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Louisville & Nashville Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



1.06 
1.24 



39,120.09 
6,022.79 



United Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co._ 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Southern Railway Co 



0.67 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co., A. & N. C. Div. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 



1.20 



1.20 
1.17 



0.54 



34,014. 



39,120.09 



34,014.80 
14,631.63 



S 6,000.00 

166.00 

4,100.00 



13,000.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SEEVICE CORPORATIONS 
LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



129 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- Valuation 
age. per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



New Hill. 



New London- 
New Market.. 
Newport 



North Edenton... 
North Wilkesboro. 



Norwood. 



Oakley — 
Oak City. 
Old Fort. 

Ore Hill.. 



Oriental. 

Orrum... 
Oxford.. 



Pactolus. 
Parkton. 
Parmele.. 



Pantego— 
Peachland. 

Pelham 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



1.50 



$28,256.40 



1.65 



Randleman Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co., A. & N. C. Div. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 



1.02 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Horton Telephone Co 



Yadkin Railroad 

Norwood Electric & Water Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad.. 

Matthews Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co — 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, O. & C. L. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 



Corp. 2- 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 

-9 



0.71 
1.49 



0.35 



0.45 
1.00 
0.76 



1.00 



0.51 



1.00 



0.70 
0.57 



0.45 
0.79 
2.36 



0.50 
1.00 



6,000.00 



14,631.63 



13,000.00 
39,120.09 



6,000.00 



34,014.80 
34,014.80 
39,120.09 



11,171.71 



13,000.00 



34,014.80 



39,120.09 
28,256.40 



34,014.80 
34,014.80 
34,014.80 



13,000.00 
28,256.40 



$ 42,385.00 
89.00 

9,900.00 
24.76 

350.00 

14,924.00 
51.74 
160.00 

9,230.00 

58,288.90 

36.95 

4,000.00 

2,100.00 

1,225.00 

3.70 

15,307.00 

34,015.00 

29,731.27 
96.07 

11,171.71 

225.00 
200.00 

6,630.00 
18.85 

34,015.00 

27,384.06 

16,106.15 

146.32 

3,000.00 

15,307.00 

26,872.00 

80,275.00 
95.33 

6,500.00 

28,256.40 
166.00 

23.00 



130 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 






1.00 
1.00 

0.65 


$34,014.80 
28,256.40 

34,014.80 


$ 34,014.80 
28,256.40 

22,110.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. . . 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co .. 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ... 


306.69 




Fremont Telephone Co. 






80.00 




Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 


1.48 


11,171.71 


16,534.13 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


33.25 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






122.00 




Siloam Telephone Co... 






14.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






192.00 




North Carolina Railroad. ___ 


1.00 


69,497.32 


69,497.32 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . ,- 


166.28 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co _. 






149.00 




East Carolina Railway Co... . . 


0.45 
1.91 
1.00 


2,716.62 
13,000.00 
39,120.09 


1,223.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 


24,830.00 




Southern Railway Co _. 


39,120.09 






213.00 










788.14 


Pink Hill 




0.25 
0.33 


1,500.00 
28,256.40 


375.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 


9,325.00 




Pittsboro Telephone & Telegraph Co 


250.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






101.00 






0.30 
0.77 


34,014.80 
13,000.00 


10,204.00 






10,010.00 






30.00 


Polkton.. -. 


Seaboard Air Line Railway Co „ 


0.50 


28,256.40 


14,128.20 






295.60 










166.00 






0.49 


34,014.80 


16,667.00 






160.00 










18.47 






0.40 


69,497.32 


27,798.93 






497.00 










110.85 






0.45 

1.48 
1.90 
0.85 


34,014.80 

69,497.32 
28,256.40 
13,000.00 


15,307.00 






102,856.03 






53,687.00 






11,050.00 






1,332.42 










730.00 










7,978.00 










224.50 




Capital City Telephone Co... 






76,816.00 



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131 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 
^.ssessec 
Value. 



Raeford.. 
Ramseur. 



Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co. 



1.50 



$3,328.00 



Southern Bell Telephone Co- 
Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Riverside Telephone Co 



0.75 



11,171.71 



Randleman. 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro & Sou. R. R. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Randleman Telephone Co 



0.77 



12,500.00 



Red Springs. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co... 
Red Springs & Bowmore Railroad Co. 



Reidsville. 



Richlands. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co ' 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Onslow Telephone Co 

Dover & Southbound Railroad Co. 



Richfield 

Rich Square. 



Yadkin Railroad. 



United Telephone Co 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co. 



Roanoke Rapids— . 
Roberson ville . . . 



Rockford 

Rockingham. 



Rocky Point.. 
Rocky Mount. 

Rockwell 



Roper. 



Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Siloam Telephone Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Rockingham Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Yadkin Railroad 

Lowerstone Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Gold Hill Telephone Co 



1.00 



34,014.80 



0.50 
1.72 



0.25 
1.00 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 



1.10 



0.50 



1.00 
0.50 



4.45 



1.01 



1.20 



1,363.63 
39,120.09 



2,000.00 
6,000.00 



34,014.80 



28,256.40 



2,934.58 
34,014.80 



34,014.80 



6,000.00 



13.000.00 



$ 4,993.00 

95.00 
8,378.78 

51.73 
1,650.00 

9,625.00 

14.78 

1,500.00 

34,015.00 

110.85 

391.20 

1,615.00 

682.00 

67, 286. Op 

1,462.85 

153.00 

742.00 

9,939.00 

700.00 
500.00 

6,000.00 

750.00 
75.00 

600.00 

37,416.00 
22.17 

19.00 

14,128.20 

8,602.00 

315.55 

2,934.58 

17,007.40 
62.00 

151,366.00 

1,323.55 

865.20 

7,050.00 

6,060.00 

200.00 

36.95 

290.00 

15,600.00 



132 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



• Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 
Value. 



Roseboro. 



Rose Hill. 



Rosman.. 
Rowland. 



Roxboro. 



Roxobel. 



Ruffin 

Rutherfordton 



St. Paul. 



Salem. 



Salemburg. 
Salisbury... 



Saluda- 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Roseboro & Fayetteville Telephone Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Sampson Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Transylvania Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk & Western Railway Co. 
Morris Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co — 



United Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 

Southern Railway Co 



South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R. 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Virginia & Carolina Southern Railroad. 
St. Paul Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk & Western Railway Co 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway Co.. 



Roseboro & Fayetteville Telephone Co. 
Sampson Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

North Carolina Railroad 

Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Independent Telephone Co 



Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Saluda Telephone Co 



0.50 



$34,014. 



1.00 



0.65 
1.00 



0.98 



0.96 
1.00 
1.12 



0.43 



1.27 



1.12 



0.31 
0.50 



1.35 
1.40 
0.52 



1.00 



34,014.80 



4,490.50 
34,014.80 



21,664.62 



28,256.40 

39,120.09 

5,000.00 



28,256.40 



3,000.00 



39,120.09 



21,664.62 
22,440.68 



39,120.09 

69,497.32 

6,000.00 



22,500.00 



$ 17,007.40 

150.00 

27.34 

10.00 

34,015.00 

443.40 

2,440.00 

89.00 

2,918.82 

34,014.80 

151.50 

1,743.00 

21,231.00 

1,900.00 

73.90 

25.00 
27,126.00 

39,120.09 

5,600.00 

2,500.00 

12,150.25 

339.94 

3,810.00 
394.00 

43,814.50 

12,545.00 

63.18 

6,716.00 

11,220.00 

30.00 
60.00 

52,812.12 

97,296.25 

3,120.00 

2,069.20 

301.00 

1,226.00 

38,306.00 

600.00 

22,500.00 
184.75 
154.80 
150.00 
345.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



133 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

\.ssesse( 
Value. 



Sanford. 



Sharpsburg- 
Shelby 



South Biltmore. 



Southport. 



Saxapahaw 

Scotland Neck 

Scotts 

Seaboard 

Selma 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Atlantic & Western Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Cane Creek Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Iredell Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.... 



North Carolina Railroad 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



South Carolina & Georgia Extension R. R. .. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Piedmont Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Siler City 

Siloam 

Skyland. 

Smithfield 

Southern Pines. 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Matthews Telephone Co 



Siloam Telephone Co.. 



American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Asheville Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
American Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Southport & Little River Telephone Co... 
Wilmington, Brunswick & Southern R. R. 



0.56 



$11,171.71 



0.60 
1.25 
0.75 



1.00 



1.00 



1.00 
0.95 



1.00 



1.40 
1.10 



0.65 



1.46 



34,014.80 
28,256.40 
3,158.82 



34,014.80 



28,256.40 



69,497.32 
34,014.80 



34,014. 



5,000.00 
28,256.40 



11,171.71 



34,014. 



28,256.40 



0.75 



2,666.67 



6,256.15 

849.85 

20,409.00 

35,320.50 

2,369.00 

193.00 

993.00 

34,014.80 

36.95 

1,815.00 

131.00 

28,256.40 
221.70 

69,497.32 

32,314.00 

495.87 

729.60 

4,244.00 

1,000.00 

34,014.80 
299.60 

7,000.00 

31,082.04 

7,650.00 

104.73 

11,842.02 

73.90 

1,200.00 

158.00 

94.80 

22,110.00 

44.34 

305.60 

2,541.00 

41,254.34 
345.85 
344.00 

444.00 

444.00 

21.60 

551.00 
25.00 

2,000.00 



134 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION-Continusd. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 



ValuatioD 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Spencer. 



Spray 

Spring Hope. 

Star 



Stanley Creek. 

Stantonsburg. 

Stanley 

Statesville 



Stem 

Stokesdale. 



Stoneville. 



Stonewall 

Stony Point- 
Stokes 

Stovall 



Swansboro. 
Sylva 



Tabor.. 
Tarboro. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 



0.64 



$34,014.80 



Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Lexington Telephone Co 



International Telephone Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.- 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



0.67 



Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 

Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Dur- 
ham & Charlotte Division 



Seaboard Air Line Railway... 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 
Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co. 



Atlantic & Yadkin Railroad.. 

Good Will Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk & Western Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Iredell Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 



Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Onslow Telephone Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
WaynesvilleTelephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
East Carolina Railway Co 



1.00 
1.00 
0.50 



0.61 
0.87 
1.75 



0.99 
2.70 



1.03 



0.38 



0.64 



1.14 



1.73 



1.02 



2.67 
0.50 



34,014.80 



4,178.61 

2,929.20 

28,256.40 



13,000.00 
11,171.71 
39,120.09 



39,120.09 
11,171.71 



21,664.62 
13,000.00 



34,014. 



39,120.09 



39,120.09 



$ 21, 



.00 



34,014.80 

34,014.80 

2,716.62 



12,663.00 
50.00 

913.00 

22,790.00 
22.17 

800:00 



4,178.61 

2,929.20 

14,128.20 
30.67 

7,930.00 

9,719.39 

68,460.10 

318.51 

22,979.00 

14,594.00 

38,728.89 

30,163.62 
50.00 
199.52 

23,831.00 
64.29 

4,940.00 

258.00 

21,769.00 

105.00 

44,596.90 

66.51 

700.00 

67,677.76 

24.75 

500.00 

34,695.00 

90,820.00 
1,358.00 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



135 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Tarboro 

(Continued) 

T ay 1 ors ville 



Teachey's. 



Thomasville. 



Tillery.. 
Trinity. 



Troutman. 



Troy. 



Tryon. 



Tunis.. 

Unionville— 
Vanceboro.. 
Vandemere. 
Vass 



Vaughan. 



Name of Corporation. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 
Teachey's Dell Telephone Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Piedmont Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro & Southern 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

North State Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Aber- 
deen & Asheboro Division 

Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Railroad, Dur- 
ham & Charlotte Division 

Troy Telephone & Electric Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Polk County Telephone Co 

Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Pleasant Hill Telephone Co... 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Washington & Vandemere Railroad Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Venable. ! State University Railroad. 



Mile- Valuation 
age. per Mile. 



0.47 



0.91 



2.00 



1.00 



2.00 
0.76 



1.00 



0.50 
0.50 



1.50 



0.50 



0.97 
0.60 
2.00 



0.57 



0.41 



39,120.09 



34,014.80 



69,497.32 



2,681.06 



34,014.80 
12,500.00 



39,120.09 



4,178.61 
2,929.20 



22,500.00 



34,014.80 



13,000.00 

2,009.50 

28,256.40 



28,256.40 



Total 
\ssesse< 
Value. 



3,000.00 



$ 668.43 
5,167.00 

18,386.44 

13.67 

2,445.00 

560.00 

30,953.00 
154.00 
50.00 

138,994.64 
1,350.15 

118.50 
1,455.00 
2,681.06 

112.00 

68,030:00 

9,500.00 
29.56 
90.00 

39,120.09 
166.00 



2,089.00 

1,464.60 

800.00 

11.00 

166.28 

104.40 

568.00 

33,750.00 

22.00 

17,007.00 

350.00 

12,610.00 ' 

1,206.00 

56,513.00 
66.00 

16,106.00 
225.02 
240.00 

1,350.00 



136 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Waco. 

Wagram 

Wadesboro.. 

Wake Forest. 

Wallace 

Walstonburg 
Warrenton.— 

Warsaw 

Washington. 

Watha 

Waxhaw 

Waynesville. 

Weaverville.. 
Weldon 



Name of Corporation. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 



Aberdeen & Rockfish Railroad Co 

Laurinburg & Southern Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Wadesboro Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norwood Electric & Water Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Wallace Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 
Hallsville Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Washington & Vandemere Railroad Co.. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Waynesville Telephone Co 

Asheville Telephone & Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Asheville & East Tennessee Railroad 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Mile- 
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0.50 
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0.38 



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1.00 



1.00 



0.70 



1.46 



0.90 



0.68 



0.20 



1.00 



0.31 



1.40 



0.80 



1.20 
0.72 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



$28,256.40 

3,328.30 

8,727.77 

34,014.80 



28,256.40 



28,256.40 



34,014. 



13,000.00 



34, 014. i 



34,014.80 
13,000.00 



2,009.50 
34,014.80 
28,256.40 



39,120.09 



!,302.72 



34,014.80 
28,256.40 



Total 
Assessed 
Value. 



$ 28,256.40 

1,664.00 
2,182.00 

12,925.00 

3,500.00 

132.00 

28,256.40 
591.20 
106.00 

28,256.40 
250.52 
183.00 
800.00 
144.00 

34,014.80 
600.00 
247.56 

9,100.00 

64.30 

289.50 

1,600.00 

49,662.00 
524.69 
89.00 
150.00 

30 r 613.00 

93.25 

8,840.00 

110.85 

8,000.00 

402.00 

34,015.00 

8,759.00 
32.14 

54,768.13 

34.36 

3,000.00 

154.00 

154.00 

2,642.00 

40,818.00 

20,345.00 

794.43 



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137 



LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 


Name of Corporation. 


Mile- 
age. 


Valuation 
per Mile. 


Total 

Assessed 
Value. 








$ 


$ 300.00 


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West Hickory 








1,700.00 




0.74 
0.59 


39,120.09 
9,311.15 


28,948.87 




5,494.00 






70.00 


Wendell 




1.00 
1.00 


13,000.00 
34,014.80 


13,000.00 






34,014.80 






647.36 










288.40 










600.00 


White ville 




1.06 


34,014.80 


36,056.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co _. 


176.00 










243.92 


Whittier 




1.00 


39,120.09 


39,120.09 




Horton Telephone Co.. . . _ _ ... 


500.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co... . _ 


1.18 


34,014.80 


40,138.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co. . . 


34.00 










750.00 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co .. 


4.44 
1.00 


34,014.80 
28,256.40 


151,026.00 




Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.. .. 


28,256.40 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


1,858.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 






229.00 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






104,201.00 






1.50 


2,465.90 


3,699.00 




Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co... . 


1,000.00 


Winfall 




0.50 


13,000.00 


6,500.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co .. . 


18.48 


Wingate 


Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. ... 


1.00 


28,256.40 


28,256.40 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


•591.20 






1.36 


34,014.80 


46,260.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


711.28 




American Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 






468.00 




Carolina Telephone & Telegraph Co 






11,247.00 




Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 


1.35 


13,000.00 


17,550.00 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


70.75 


Wilson Mills 


Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






242.00 


Winston 


Southern Railway Co. 


2.20 
1.48 
1.97 


39,120.09 
20,499.85 
21,664.62 


86,064.00 




North Carolina Midland Railroad 


30,339.78 




Norfolk & Western Railway Co. .. 


42,679.00 




Western Union Telegraph Co . .. 


345.48 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






83.50 




Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co 






68,667.00 




North State Telephone Co 






50.00 



138 



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LIST OF TOWNS, WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town. 



Name of Corporation. 



Mile- 
age. 



Valuation 
per Mile. 



Total 

Assessed 

Value. 



Winter ville. 

Winton 

Woodland... 



Woodville... 
Wrightsville. 
Yadkinville. 
Yancey ville. 
Youngsville. 

Zebulon 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
United Telephone Co — 



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Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co. 



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Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co. 

Yadkinville Telephone Co 

Yanceyville Telephone Co 



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Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.. 



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$34,014.80 



0.61 



0.50 



0.68 



28,256.40 



28,256.40 



13,000.00 



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650.00 

300.00 
268.00 

17,236.00 

486.00 

150.00 

28.00 

14,128.00 
80.00 

8,840.00 
2,191.00 



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COMPILATION FROM RAILROAD RETURNS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1912. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



Chairman of the Board 

President 

First Vice-President 

Second Vice-President- 

Third Vice-President 

Fourth Vice-President.. 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

General Counsel 

Comptroller 

Auditor, Passenger Receipts 

Auditor, Freight Receipts 

Auditor of Disbursements 

General Manager 

Chief Engineer 

Passenger Traffic Manager 

Freight Traffic Manager 

General Freight Agent 

General Freight Agent 

General Passenger Agent - 

Agricultural and Industrial Agent 
Agricultural and Industrial Agent 



H. Walters 

T. M. Emerson 

Alexander Hamilton. ._ 

C. S. Gadsden 

J. R. Kenly 

R. A. Branch 

H. L. Borden 

James F. Post 

Alexander Hamilton- -. 

H. C. Prince 

George S. LeGrand 

Ed. L. Prince 

H. H. McKee 

W. N. Royall 

E. B. Pleasants 

W. J. Craig 

James Menzies 

J. W. Perrin 

C. McD. Davis 

T. C. White 

Wilbur McCoy 

E. N. Clark 



New York, N. Y. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Charleston, S. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Petersburg, Va. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Wilmington, N. C. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Wilmington, N. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

H. Walters, Baltimore, Md.; Michael Jenkins, Baltimore, Md.; Waldo Newcomer, Baltimore, Md.; 
M. F. Plant, Groton, Conn.; Warren Delano, New York, N. Y.; F. W. Scott, Richmond, Va.; Alexander 
Hamilton, Petersburg, Va.; E. B. Borden, Goldsboro, N. C; Donald MacRae, Wilmington, N. C; J. 
R. Kenly, Wilmington, N. C; J. J. Lucas, Society Hill, S. C; W. W. Mackall, Savannah, Ga. 






ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



243 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 








Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 




Virginia State Line— . 


S. C. State Line 


181.68 
108.70 

1.83 

63.22 
80.49 
116.40 
13.72 
34.57 
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Wilmington Railway 
Bridge (Hilton) 

S. C. State Line- 

Virginia State Line .._ 






Wilmington Railway 
Bridge (Navassa)... 

Norfolk Junction 

Yadkin Junction 






S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 












Maxton Junction 

Weldon Junction 








598.86 




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53.89 
25.39 
19.20 
21.50 
13.43 
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4.11 

46.38 

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Parmele Junction 






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Various points 

Wilmington Dummy 


356.30 
67.86 






Leased Lines — 
Tidewater Power Co 






1.25 


Trackage Rights — 






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2.46 




Wilmington Ry. Bridge 


Hilton.. 












2.83 






Total 


1,029.95 














244 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 



Name. 



Termini. 



From- 



To— 



Miles of 

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Named. 



Miles of 
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Named. 



Main Line. 



Branches- 



Richmond. -. 

Norfolk 

Contentnea 

Yadkin Junction 

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Wilmington 



Port Tampa... 
Rocky Mount- 
Wilmington... 



Sanf ord 

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Wilmington Railway 
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Parkton. 

Florence -. 

Sumter 

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Jessup 

Waycross 

Brunswick j Albany Junction. 

Dupont Junction I Archer 

Morristown. Fort Myers 

Palatka Gainesville and 

Brooksville 

Paola Junction j St. Petersburg 



Pee Dee 

Sumter 

Wadesboro... 

Columbia 

Robbins 

Montgomery. 
Folkston 



Clopton. 

Colliers 

Bruce 

Spur 

Drivers 

Armistead. 

Weldon Junction ... 

Pender 

Tarboro Junction... 
Parmele Junction... 

Rocky Mount 

Goldsboro Junction 

Warsaw. 

Wilmington 

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Elrod- 

Floyd 

Bennettsville 

Latta 

Elliott 

Creston 

Eutawville 

Ashley River Rail- 
road Branch 

Johns Island 

Ravenel 



Green Pond- 
Albany 

Climax 

Otiska 

Grimes 

Waterford... 



James River 

Dunlop 

Pig Point 

Pig Point Branch 

Beach Grove 

S. and R. Connection. 

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Kinst on 

Plymouth 

Washington 

Spring Hope 

Smithfield 

Clinton 

New Bern 



Fernside— . 
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Hartsville. 

Gibson 

Clio 

Lucknow.. 
Pregnalls.. 
Ferguson.. 



Ashley River 

Young's Island and 

Branches 

Ehrhart 

Monticello 

Chattahoochee 

Amsterdam 

Abbeville 

Elba 



114.87 
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116.40 

1.83 

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97.97 
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137.50 
353.21 
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145.00 
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21.50 

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82.47 
30.83 
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26.90 
37.22 



2,849.75 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



245 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini. 


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Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
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Name. 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
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32.92 
18.90 
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21.88 

16.20 

9.37 

8.36 

6.40 

1.33 

6.56 

4.00 

28.62 

17.60 

47.42 
34.00 
14.40 

13.33 
163.23 
28.64 

46.24 






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Various points 




1,328.87 

260.44 














Total mileage owned— 


4,439.06 




Bennettsville, S. C 


North Carolina State 


10.50 

40.20 

1.25 




Leased Lines — 
South Carolina Pacific 








Central Railroad of 

South^Carolina 


Sumter, S. C... 




Tidewater Power Co 


Wilmington Dummy 


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51.95 


Trackage Rights — 

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19.62 

.37 

2.46 
1.51 

.30 

28.80 

.56 

.26 
.31 


Goldsboro Union Sta- 
tion Co .. . 








Wilmington Railway 
Bridge Company 


Hilton 


Navassa, N. C 




Southern Railway 






Columbia Union Sta- 
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Charleston and Western 
Carolina Railway 


Robbins, S. C 






Augusta and Summer- 






Augusta Union Station 
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Tampa Union Station Co.. 


1 





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ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

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Each Road 

Nam«d. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Trackage Rights— Con. 
Charlotte Harbor and 
Northern Ry 


Pierce Junction 




7.55 
.30 

3.71 
2.46 

1.00 

4.30 

2.59 
.61 




Charleston Union Sta- 






Savannah Union Sta- 


Telfair Junction 

Georgia Junction 


Union Station ) 

Division Line ) 








Belt Line Railway of 
Montgomery, Ala 








St. John's River Term. 
Co 








Jacksonville Terminal 
Co 


Jacksonville Terminal 










Louisville and Nash- 














76.71 








4,567.72 













(1) ROAD JOINTLY OWNED AND (2) ROAD JOINTLY LEASED. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Name. 


From— 


To— 








171.00 




Union Point, Ga 




40.00 




Washington, Ga 

Central of Georgia 
Railway Junction 
near Macon, Ga 

Macon, Ga., Junction 
Trackage rights 


18.00 










Central of Georgia 
Railway Junction .. 


74.00 
4.00 




307.00 









ATLANTIC COAST LINE EAILKOAD. 



247 



OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 



State. 



Book 
Value. 



Rails rented ] Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, 

Florida and Alabama 

Material in private sidings Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, 

Florida and Alabama 

Wild lands ! Florida 

Railroad Y. M. C. A. Buildings North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.. 



Total. 



$469,944.91 

137,455.56 
24,929.24 
73,820.15 



706,149.86 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
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Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total Par 

Value 
Authorized. 


Total Par 

Value 
Out- 
standing. 


Total Par 

Value 
Not Held 

by Re- 
spondent. 


Dividends 

Declared 

During 

Year. 


Common 




1 

100 


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$58,745,200 


$58,745,200 


$4,088,661.50 




1,000,000 


100,000,000 




Preferred 


198,500 


198,500 


9,925.00 












Totals 


1,000,000 


J 100,000,000 


58,943,700 


58,943,700 


4,098,586.50 







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RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT— Continued. 



Purpose of the Issue. 



Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding. 



Issued for construction of new properties 

Issued for additions and betterments 

Issued for purchase of railway or other property 

Issued for acquisition of securities 

Issued for refundment of securities 

Issued for reorganization (Remainder of funded debt) 

Total 



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13,162,300 
10,935,000 
35,000,000 
54,239,090 
31,579,400 



$ 145,294,790 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per Mile of Line. 
Miles. Amount. 




$ 58,943,700 
145,294,790 


$ 58,943,700 
145,294,790 


4,446.11 
4,446.11 


$ 13,257 


Funded debt 


32,679 






Totals 


204,238,490 


204,238,490 


4,446.11 


45,936 







EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 



Account. 



Through 

Issue of 

Securities. 



Property 
Retired or 
Converted. 



Adjust- 
ments. 



Total. 



Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Protection of banks and drainage 

Grade reductions and changes of line 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Increased weight of rail 

Track fastenings and appurtenances 

Additional main tracks 

Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Elimination of grade crossings 

Interlocking apparatus 

Block and other signal apparatus 

Telegraph and telephone lines-.- 

Station buildings and fixtures. 

Roadway machinery and tools 

Shops, enginehouses and turntables 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water and fuel stations 

Grain elevators and storage warehouses. 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric light and power plants 

Equipment 

Other additions and betterments 



51,109.01 

17,640.85 

2,377.15 

21,576.21 

176,424.01 

146,488.05 

2,905.13' 

511,422.72 

252,842.25 

155,436.75 

10,943.95 

29,865.54 

27,818.16 

76,693.72 

144,718.35 

339.98 

240,118.90 

16,820.97 

20,878.81 

18,387.58 

28,096.13 

17,179.10 

,295,003.49 

81,728.06 



5,000.00 



255,713.22 



18,000.00 



294,370.00 
40,515.42 



Total ! 5,346,814.87 590,598.64 23,000.00 4,779,216.23 



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,640.85 
,377.15 
,576.21 
,424.01 
,488.05 
,905.13 
,422.72 
,870.97 
,436.75 
,943.95 
,865.54 
,818.16 
,693.72 
,718.35 
339.98 
,118.90 
,820.97 
,878.81 
,387.58 
,096.13 
,179.10 
,633.49 
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Credit 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE EAILROAD. 



253 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30. 1907. 



Account. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
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or Exten- 
sions Dur- 
ing Year 
through 
Issue of 
Securities. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year. 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1911. 


Total Ex- 
penditures 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1912. 


Road — 


$ 19,862.64 
29,412.20 


$ 27,562.98 
68,445.05 


$ 102,782.07 
301.210.11 


$ 150,297.69 




399,067.36 




22,640.85 1 191,659.71 
146,797.54 1,212,995.11 
430,408.38 1.741.041.85 


214,300.56 




120,292.16 

39,002.69 

41,384.81 

84,244.38 

802.70 

5,984.85 

951.19 

19,820.24 


1,480,084.81 




2,210,452.92 


Ties- 


80,074.65 

323,979.70 

10,648.01 

16,427.38 

13,783.13 

43,103.42 

349.05 

46.84 

12,085.01 

54,195.73 

76,702.83 

139,299.28 


356,416.65 

2,173,462.48 

55,088.41 

144,478.14 

21,830.63 

213,470.66 

' 786.63 

• 23,461.19 

5,936.26 

89,382.50 

101,360.83 

495,347.81 

340.00 

516,805.65 

102,908.75 

89,391.46 

29,098.73 

53,622.51 

43,969.58 

685.69 

91,144.53 

25,063.62 

17,201.89 

429.41 

275,000.00 


477,876.11 




2,581,686.56 




66,539.12 


Track fastenings and other material 

Ballast . 


166,890.37 
36,564.95 




276,394.32 




1,135.68 




7,037.60 
401.40 


30,545.63 




18,422.67 




143,578.23 




50.00 
7,652.20 


178,113.66 




642,299.29 




340.00 






197,258.88 
14,568.39 
16,521.76 
6,917.02 
18,387.58 
28,277.39 
17,149.47 
12,952.42 


714,064.53 






117,477.14 




537.99 


106,451.21 




36,015.75 






72,010.09 






72,246.97 






17,835.16 






104,096.95 






25,063.62 








17,201.89 








429.41 


Cost of road purchased . 






275,000.00 










Total. 


377,437.05 


1,778,582.74 


8,476,372.86 


10,632,392.65 






Equipment — 




662,890.56 

362,166.94 

1,878,676.01 

82,772.23 

14,127.75 


759,857.89 

373,574.40 

3,374,653.36 

110,149.24 

16,908.84 


1,422,748.45 


Passenger train cars 




735,741.34 


Freight train cars . ... 




5,253,329.37 


Work equipment. 




192,821.47 


Floating equipment ... 




31,036.59 








Total .. 




3,000,633.49 


4,635,143.73 


7,635,777.22 








General Expenditures — 
Taxes ._.. . ... 






9.76 

259,583.60 

338.14 


9.76 


Interest and commissions. .. 






259,583.60 


Other expenditures . . 






338.14 










Total 






259,931.50 259.931 50 












254 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Continued. 





Expendi- 










tures for 


Expendi- 








New Lines 


tures for 


Total Ex- 


Total Ex- 




or Exten- 


Additions 


penditures 


penditures 


Account. 


sions Dur- 


and Better- 


July 1, 1907, 


July 1, 1907, 




ing Year 


ments 


to June 30, 


to June 30, 




through 


During 


1911. 


1912. 




Issue of 


Year. 








Securities. 








Recapitulation — 












$ 377,437.05 


$1,778,582.74 


$8,476,372.86 


$10,632,392.65 






3,000,633.49 


4,635,143.73 


7,635,777.22 








259,931.50 


259,931.50 












377,437.05 


4,779,216.23 


13,371,448.09 


18,528,101.37 







SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 

Road 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr. 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 



Amount. 



$118,942,804.70 

' 25,803,719.39 

18,528,101.37 



163,274,625.46 

8,477,578.85 



154,797,046.61 
34,816.29 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



255 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 


$33,463,557.70 
22,541,582.95 


$10,921,974.75 
1,399,395.01 


































$ 9,522,279.74 


Other Income — 
Rents accrued from lease of road. 




1,000.00 

369,433.70 

68,911.08 

2,393,046.68 

129,752.74 

301,056.61 




Other rents — credits: 


16,344.72 
213,217.31 
139,871.67 


















































3,263,200.81 












12,785,780.55 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 
Rents accrued from lease of other roads 




40,276.00 

115,962.47 
5,618,660.32 




Other rents — debits — joint facilities 


115,962.47 








Interest accrued on funded debt .. 
















5,774,898.79 












7,010,881.76 











250 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 



Credit. 



Debit. 



Balance June 30, 1911 '. 

Balance for year brought forward from income account- 
Additions for year 



$22,164,524.23 

7,010,881.76 

804,468.93 



29,979,874.92 



Deductions for year 

Railroad Y. M. C. A. buildings heretofore carried in additions and 
betterments, written off to profit and loss, and now shown in 

physical property and approximate surplus 

Dividends Declared — 
On common stock: 

3J^% declared on Nov. 21, 1911; payable on Jan. 10, 1912 

W2% declared on May 12, 1912; payable on July 10, 1912 

On preferred stock: 

V/i% declared on Sept. 21, 1911; payable on Nov. 10, 1911 

2M% declared on March 21, 1912; payable on May 10, 1912... 

Balance credit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet. 



579,404.76 



73,820.15 



,032,579.50 
,056,082.00 

4,962.50 

4,962.50 

,228,063.51 



29,979,874.92 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



257 



OPERATING REVENUES— State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Entire 
Line Total 
Revenues. 



Intratsate 
Revenues. 



Interstate 
Revenues 
Assigned 
to State. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue fkom Transpoktation — 
Freight revenue 



Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Mail revenue 

Express revenue 

Other passenger-train revenue. 



Total passenger service train revenue. 



Switching revenue.. 

Special service train revenue 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue... 



Total revenue from transportation. 



Revenue from Operations Other than 
Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Parcel room receipts... 

Storage — freight 

Storage— baggage 

Car service 

Rents of buildings and other property. . 
Miscellaneous 



Total revenue from operations other 
than transportation 



Joint facilities revenue — Dr. 
Joint facilities — Cr 



Total operating revenues... 



$22,452,360.40 



$1,448,839.26 



$4,915,605.32 



$6,364,444.58 



8,407,623.64 
108,352.65 
590,640.00 

1,177,926.06 
54,405.38 



972,566.45 

12,858.06 

42,321.21 

80,570.16 

6,497.60 



811,430.90 
9,359.14 
98,749.51 

187,996.97 
5,037.37 



1,783,997.35 

22,217.20 

141,070.72 

268,567.13 

11,534.97 



10,338,947.73 



1,114,813.48 



1,112,573. 



2,227,387.37 



231,421.48 

54,895.08 

1,957.61 



30,213.05 

11,529.84 

3.50 



6,238.17 



30,213.05 

17,768.01 

3.50 



33,079,487.30 



2,605,399.13 



6,034,417.38 



8,639,816.51 



19,931.09 

983.40 

32,164.39 

1,112.00 

75,321.52 

9,182.99 

234,694.04 



1,358.84 
449.50 

7,064.12 

111.40 

15,878.00 

172.14 

1,668.15 



2,404.47 



27,556.01 



3,763.31 

449.50 

7,064.12 

111.40 

15,878.00 

172.14 

29,224.16 



373,389.43 



26,702.15 



29,960.48 



56,662.63 



6,381.40 
17,067.37 



442.98 



442,98 



33,463,557.70 



2,632,544.26 



,064,377. 



8,696,922.12 



Corp. 



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SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 

NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security. 


Par Value. 


Dividends 
or Interest. 


Stocks — 


$ 32,994,400 | $2,172,588.00 




4,018,900 220,458.68 






Totals 


37,013,300 2.393.046.68 









Funded Debt — 

Funded debt of respondent ' 'in treasury' ' and ' 'pledged as collateral" . 1 1 , 855 , 750 

Funded debt of railway companies — active 2,464,282 

Funded debt of other than railway companies — active.. 1,621,949 



96,328.74 
32,704.00 



Totals... . 


15,941,981 


129,032.74 






Miscellaneous Securities — 


13,200. 
16,000 


660.00 


Miscellaneous securities of other than railway companies — active 


720.00 


Total. 


29,200 


1,380.00 







SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 
INCOME AND DISBURSEMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 





Income. 




Name of Fund. 


Cash Appro- 
priations 
to Fund. 


Income to 
Fund from 
Investments. 


Other 
Income 
to Fund. 


Total. 


Disburse- 
ments. 


Sinking and Redemption Funds- 
Deposit to pay equipment 4% 


$ 450,000.00 
145,833.33 


$ 


$. .— 


$. — 


$ 450,000.00 


Deposit to pay equipment i}4% 
"B" Bonds... 


125,000.00 












Totals 


595,833.33 
44,894.90 








575,000.00 


Insurance and other reserve funds. 


6,000.00 


772.98 


51,667.88 


33,945.27 


Totals 


44,894.90 


6,000.00 


772.98 


51,667.88 


33,945.27 







ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



263 



ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1912. 





Securities in Fund. 


Cash in 
Fund. 




Name of Fund and Security. 


Par 

Value. 


Cost or 
Book Value. 


Total. 


Sinking and Redemption Funds — 
Safe Deposit & Trust Co. — Deposit to re- 
deem equipment trust 4% "A" bonds. _. 
Safe Deposit & Trust Co. — Deposit to re- 


$ 


$ 


$ 153,000.00 
20,833.33 


$ 153,000.00 
20,833.33 










Totals 






173,833.33 
35,904.86 


173,833.33 


Insurance and Other Reserve Funds — 
Fire Insurance Fund— A. C. L. R. R. Co., 


150,000 


150,000.00 


185,904.86 






Totals. . 


150,000 


150,000.00 


35,904.86 


185,904.86 







OPERATING RESERVES. 



Designation. 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1911. 


Accretions 

During 
the Year. 


Disburse- 
ments 
During 
the Year. 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1912. 




$ 213,816.43 
199,394.23 


$ 191,004.56 
104,712.95 


% 166,894.64 
110,060.25 


$ 237,926.35 




194,046.93 






Totals 


413,210.66 


295,717.51 


276,954.89 


431,973.28 







RESERVES FROM INCOME OR SURPLUS. 



Designation. 


Amount 
on June 
30, 1911. 


Amount 
on June 

30, 1912. 


Invested in Other Reserve Funds — 


$ 150,000.00 


$ 150,000.00 







264 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES— TEMPORARY 
ADVANCES FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES 



Name of Company. 


Amount. 




$ 316,764.79 




318.43 




311,739.73 




479,319.00 




18,804.09 




235,000.00 




2,154.72 




312.17 




1,230.54 




864.11 




10,991.01 




15,278.61 




99,024.16 




7,543.12 




74,928.30 






Total 


1.574,272.78 







SPECIAL DEPOSITS. 





Securities. 


Cash. 




Designation of Deposit and Description 
of Security or Property. 


Par Value. 


Cost or 
Book Value. 


Total. 


To Secure Lease of the Georgia R. R. — 
A. C. L. R. R. Co., of South Carolina 4% 


$ 500,000 
75,000 

16,000 


$ 500,000.00 
75,000.00 

16,000.00 


$ 


$ 




575,000.00 


To Secure Lease of the Central R. R. 
of South Carolina — 




16,000.00 


Proceeds of land under the mortgage sold 


11,011.18 


11,011.18 




1 




Total 


591,000 


591,000.00 


11,011.18 


602,011.18 







ATLANTIC COAST LIXE RAILROAD. 



265 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State 



Account. 



Entire Line- 
Amount. 



State of North 
Carolina— 
Amount. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence $ 

Ballast 

Ties i 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand, and ice 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines ' 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies j 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr | 



Total — maintenance of way and structures. 



Maintenance of Equipment — 
Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger train cars — repairs 

Passenger train cars — renewals 

Passenger train cars — depreciation 

Freight train cars — repairs 

Freight train cars — renewals 

Freight train cars — depreciation. 

Floating equipment — repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — renewals 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

O t her e xpenses „ 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Dr.. 
Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr.. 



Total — maintenance of equipment. 



205 , 
71, 
760, 
299, 
210, 
,450, 

527, 
1, 
58, 
47, 
28, 

488, 
60, 
56, 
22, 



981.02 
480.13 
439.54 
951.00 
672.83 
430.94 
257.72 
907.43 
964.10 
772.33 
740.57 
109.48 
262.89 
778.86 
510.26 
026.59 
249.48 
645.20 
922.77 
558.42 



53,586.74 

18,595.82 

197,831.22 

78,033.38 

54,807.33 

377,335.09 

1,888.12 

137,337.11 

510.97 

15,289.84 

12,419.89 

7,312.79 

127,023.44 

15,811.86 

14,701.36 

5,730.30 

1,885.98 

167.85 

20,011.76 

28,502.04 



4,273,544.72 


1,111,778.81 


171,626.74 


44,722.06 


1,612,703.26 


420,234.10 


3,693.50 | 


962.44 


230,180.85 j 


59,979.94 


490,073.23 


127,702.03 


2,540.79 


662.07 


69,826.73 


18,195.27 


1,603,308.81 


417,786.11 


23,676.83 


6,169.65 


604,867.51 


157,614.83 


10,056.46 


2,620.49 


3,001.83 


782.21 


47,457.02 


12,366.23 


2,696.67 


702.69 


15,214.13 


3,964.46 


104,855.77 


27,323.05 


15,458.09 j 


4,028.03 


13,302.47 


3,466.32 


526.96 i 


137.31 


13,949.29 I 


3,634.88 


470.14 

1 


122.51 


5,038,546.80 


1,312,931.66 



266 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Traffic Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising 

Traffic associations 

Fast freight lines 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing. 

Other expenses 

Total — traffic expenses . . 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees -_. 

Weighing and car service associations 

Station supplies and expenses .. 

Yardmasters and their clerks. 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse e xpenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives... 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 

Road enginemen 

Engineh ouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives. 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen. 

Train supplies and expenses.. 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks. 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment . 

Stationery and printing... 

Other expenses * 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 

Total— transportation expenses 



Entire Line-^ 
Amount. 



State of North 
Carolina — 
Amount. 



$ 141,780.94 $ 

229,700.68 

65,399.30 

26,965.20 

2,961.08 

7,723.42 

91,454.64 

332.12 



566,317.38 



300,723.71 

294,323.03 

,010,674.89 

60,096.92 

155,506.75 

194,587.24 

427,246.22 
13,025.80 
17,861.40 

331,548.72 
57,440.83 

382,946.46 
19,966.68 
5,723.73 
5,575.61 

140,984.18 

141,054.62 
,351,887.78 

313,617.55 
,338,592.09 

138,708.81 

41,850.89 

38,316.01 

,455,549.04 

426,661.17 
14,688.02 
33,727.73 
25,023.23 
63,063.06 
41,906.86 
39,251.49 

104,854.78 
26,429.74 

449,274.67 

9,040.02 

84,749.81 

198,168.11 

325,339.19 
14,022.29 
59,347.43 



11,752,552. 



36,787.81 

59,600.29 

16,969.11 

6,996.64 

768.32 

2,003.99 

23,729.68 

86.18 



146,942.02 



78,206.16 

76,541.58 

522,895.67 

15,628.79 

40,441.05 

50,604.32 

111,109.56 

3,387.49 

4,645.03 

86,222.49 

14,938.05 

99,588.97 

5,192.53 

1,488.51 

1,449.99 

36,664.31 

36,682.63 

351,571.64 

81,559.31 

608,173.74 

36,072.58 

10,883.74 

9,964.45 

378,529.76 

110,957.41 

3,819.76 

8,771.23 

6,507.54 

16,400.16 

10,898.29 

10,207.73 

27,268.51 

6,873.31 

116,838.27 

2,370.95 

22,040.02 

51,535.56 

84,607.64 

3,646.63 

15,433.88 



3,056,366.22 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



267 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire Line- 
Amount. 



State of North 
Carolina — 
Amount. 



General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Relief department expenses 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Dr. 
General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Cr.. 

Total — general expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment __. 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent 



,103.48 
,397.48 
,570.70 
,847.97 
,882.99 
,277.82 
,153.35 
,519.96 
,803.00 
,980.81 
,915.97 



910,621.59 



4,273,544.72 ! 
5,038,546.80 

566,317.38 j 
11,752,552.46 | 

910,621.59 ] 



22,541,582.95 
67.36 



24,274.41 

72,845.93 

4,581.12 

54,191.18 

45,335.66 

11,283.61 

5,515.21 

9,000.22 

8,291.84 

2,602.26 

499.54 



237,421.90 



1,111,778.81 
1,312,931.66 

146,942.02 
3,056,366.22 

237,421.90 



5,865,440.61 
67.44 



268 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location. 



Name of 



Amount. 



Joint Tracks— 

Selma-Pinners Point 

Tarboro 

C olumbia 

Magnolia Junction-Vardell's Creek- 
Hardee ville-Central Junction 

Central Junction-Jacksonville 

Gennofert Mfg. Co.-Charleston 

Lake Charm Branch 

Mulberry 

Joint Yaeds and Terminals — 

Richmond 

Port Norfolk 

Selma 

Tarboro 

Washington 

Pembroke 

Sanf ord 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Fayette ville 

Wadesboro 

Gibson 

Lanes 

Conway 

H ope Mills 

Charleston 

Sylvester 

Valdosta 

Thomas ville 

Jesup 

Brunswick 

Waycross 

Albany 

Naylor 

Jacksonville 

Palatka 

Palatka 

Sanf ord 

River Junction 

River Junction 

River Junction 

Ocala 

M ontgomery 

Montgomery. 

D othan 

Mulberry 



Southern Railway 

East Carolina Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

Sanford Traction Co 

Char. Har. & Nor. Ry. Co.. 



R. F. and P. Railroad 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

East Carolina Railway 

Washington and Vandemere Railroad- 
Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway 

Cape Fear Chem. Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Raleigh and Southport Railroad 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway.. 

Rockingham Railroad 

Georgetown and Western Railroad 

Conway Coast and Western Railroad- 
Virginia and Carolina Sou. Railroad.. 

Southern Railway 

Gulf Line Railroad 

Ga. and Fla. Railway 

Fla. Central Railroad 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

A. B. and A. Railway 

Ga. Nor Railroad 

Milhown Air Line Railroad 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Florida E. Coast Railway 

Ga. Sou. and Fla. Railway 

Sanford and Everglade Railroad- 

Appalach. Nor. Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Lou. and Nash. Railroad 

Ocala Sou. West Railway 

Belt Line Railroad 

Mobile and Ohio Railroad 

Central of Ga. Railway 

Char. Harbor & Nor. Railway 



75,600.90 

17.88 

26.28 

825.15 

13,708.60 

96,331.74 

174.37 

593.87 

172.88 



90.84 

102.72 

360.00 

1,300.80 

50.88 

250.08 

49.05 

3,129.24 

620.04 

1,299.69 

123.48 

240.00 

302.52 

600.00 

728.40 

57.80 



600.00 

1,591.24 

74.17 

1,368.80 

79.85 

180.00 

435.16 

1,255.44 

587.04 

60.00 

518.88 

518.88 

518.88 

936.00 

1,479.83 

3,497.28 

20.01 

41.76 



Total. 



213,217.31 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



269 



RENTS RECEIVABLE-Continued. 

FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 






Virginia Passenger and Power Co.— 
Florida East Coast Ry. Co „ 


$ 1,000.00 


Enterprise Branch . 


Enterprise and Enterprise Jet., 
Fla.- . 












Total-.- 


1,000.00 











MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Roads Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Land and buildings 


Va.,N.C.,S.C.,Ga.,Fla.,Ala. 
Va.,N.C. ) S.C.,Ga.,Fla.,Ala. 


Various.— 


$101,933.98 






37,937.69 








Total- 


139,871.67 











!70 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RENTS PAYABLE. 

FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location. 



Name of Lessor. 



Amount. 



Joint Tracks — 

Weldon to Garysburg 

Hilton to Navassa 

Columbia 

Robbins to Augusta 

Archer Branch 

Pierce Junction to Chicora... 

Joint Yards and Terminals- 

Richmond. 

Petersburg. 

Portsmouth 

Port Norfolk 

Goldsboro 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

New Bern 

Maxton ^.. 

Pregnalls 

Columbia 

Charleston 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Savannah 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville .. 

East Jacksonville 

Montgomery 

Montgomery 

Wadesboro 



Total. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Wilmington Railway Bridge Co 

Southern Railway 

C. and W. C. Railway 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Charlotte Harbor and Nor. Ry. Co. 



R. F. and P. Railroad 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Southern Railway 

Southern Railway 

Goldsboro Union Station Co 

The Worth Co 

W. E. Worth 

S. Northrup 

New Bern Union Station Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Railway 

Columbia Union Station Co.. 

Charleston Union Station Co 

City of Augusta 

Augusta Union Station Co 

C. and W. C. Railway 

Savannah Union Station 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

St. John's River Terminal Co 

Atlantic & East Coast Terminal Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Belt Line Railway 

Louisville and Nash. Railroad 

Winston-Salem S.-bound Railway... 



$ 5,200.22 

5,425.00 

325.08 

13,229.93 

7,106.29 

884.34 

895.44 

1,806.65 

422.69 

392.81 

2,338.80 

999.96 

799.92 

199.92 

760.03 

130.00 

31.78 

363.46 

10,633.73 

1,666.66 

1,092.58 

900.00 

17,099.62 

17,803.68 

3,514.45 

3,569.30 

25.00 

15,321.21 

2,724.84 

338.52 



115,962.47 



FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Guaranteed 

Interest on 

Bonds. 


Cash. 


Total. 


Central Railroad of South Carolina 

South Carolina Pacific Railway 


$ 

6,276.00 


$ 31,000.00 


$ 31,000.00 
6,276.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 








Totals 


6,276.00 


34,000.00 


40,276.00 



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271 



SEPARATELY OPERATED PROPERTIES. 



Name of Property. 


Location. 


Profit. 




Augusta to Atlanta, Ga., with branches to 
Athens, Washington, and Macon, Ga 






$ 68,911.08 


Net total.. - 


68,911.08 









HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive 

Days or 
Car Days. . 


Locomotive 

Miles or 
Car Miles. 


Total 
Compensation. 


Accrued on Equipment Borrowed— 


3,254 

2,245 

4,077,353 

15 


13,805 

3,967,989 

3,510 


$ 21,100.00 




114,194.13 


Freight trairj cars - 


1,334,199.25 


Work cars ... . _ 


92.00 






Total. 


4,082,867 


3,985,304 


1,469,585.77 






Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 
Passenger, freight, and work locomotives 


3,560 

801 

4,592,952 

1,388 


37,275 

2,890,126 

5,953 

594 


36,176.78 


Passenger train cars 


73,006.91 


Freight train cars 


1,510,925.75 


Work cars ... 


2,294.86 






Total 


4,598,701 


2,933,948 


1,622,404.30 







RATES, HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

Locomotives— 6, 8J^, 10, 20 cents per mile; $5.00, $6.00, $6.19, $10.00, $12.82 and $15.00 per day. 

Passenger Train Cars— 1, iy 2 , 2, V/ 2 , 3, 4, 5, and 10 cents per mile; $0.82, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $7.00, 
$8.00, $11.50, and $25.00 per day. 

Freight Train Cars— 15, 17^, 20, 25, 30, 35, 50, 75, 80 cents and $1.00 per day; 3-5 and 1 cent per 
mile. 

Work Cars— 20 cents and $1.00 per mile; 25, 50, 52 cents and $1.00, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $11.00, $15.00, 
?25.00, $27.50 per day. 



272 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS. 

COMPANY'S OWNED AND PROPRIETARY LINES. 





Ad Valorem 
Tax on the 
Value of 
Real and 
Personal 
Property. 


Specific Tax. 


United 

States 
Govern- 
ment 
Excise 
Tax. 




State. 


On 

Stocks, 

Bonds, 

Loans, 

Etc. 


On Gross 

or Net 
Earnings, 
Revenue 
or Divi- 
dends. 


On Traffic 
or Some 
Physical 
Quality of 
Property 
Operated, 

or on 
Privilege. 


Total. 




$ 60,572.21 
355,821.69 
236,904.65 
220,196.94 
324,476.78 
70,271.93 

52.90 


$ 25.00 


$ 9,423.74 


$ 

4,797.95 
4,208.27 


$ 


$ 70,020.95 




360,619.64 




100.00 


10,845.25 




251,958.17 




220,296.94 






17,173.15 




341,649.93 




8,673.12 






78,945.05 


New York, Baltimore, 








52.90 










75,851.43 


75,851.43 














Totals. 


1,268,297.10 


8,798.12 


20,268.99 


26,179.37 


75,851.43 


1,399,395.01 







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277 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Fire me n 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen. . 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers 



Total (excluding general officers). 



Distribution of Above— 
Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses. 



Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers 



Total (excluding general officers). 



14 
49 
350 
163 
363 
179 
151 
131 
292 
150 
250 
1,276 
119 
744 
235 
170 
923 



5,559 
14 



5,545 



1,607 

1,766 

127 

1,652 

407 



5,559 
14 



5,545 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



5,124 
18,092 

121,262 
59,516 

138,231 
64,394 
54,407 
47,160 

105,337 
34,536 
76,283 

353,367 
43,040 

166,037 
71,538 
55,855 

230,049 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



1,644,228 i 3,567,729.16 
5,124 67,200.00 



67,200.00 
172,423.02 
265,121.07 
112,901.81 
185,683.44 
338,062.34 
145,265.39 
242,406.36 
258,077.88 
113,131.68 
183,300.29 
550,144.87 

75,772.76 
177,307.18 

37,008.09 
123,127.63 
520,795.35 



1,639,104 3,500,529.16 



355,112 
497,343 
46,762 
603,745 
141,266 



1,644,228 
5,124 



430,774.85 
947,110.75 
158,614.30 
1,625,673.94 
405,555.32 



3,567,729.16 
67,200.00 



1,639,104 3,500,529.16 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 



13.11 
9.53 
2.18 
1.89 
1.34 
5.25 
2.67 
5.14 
2.45 
3.28 
2.40 
1.56 
1.78 
1.08 
.52 
2.20 
2.26 



2.17 
13.11 



1.22 
1.90 



2.17 
13.11 



2.14 



278 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road.. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger- 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile . 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues. 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train- mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train- mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile - 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train- mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Dollars. 



8,552,506 
376,292,408 
83,164 
44.00 



8,407,623 



11,885,030 
1,825,598,508 
403,473 
153.60 



10,338,947 
2,285 

1 



22,452,360 

1 



4,962 

2 

33,463,557 

7,395 

1 

22,541,582 

4,981 

1 

10,921,974 

2,413 



13 . 

44 I 

5.38 ! . 

12.77 I. 

210.44 . 

24.75 . 

16.48 . 

7.36 [. 

4,524.71 . 



Cts. 



Mills. 



3.06 
2.34 



3.92 



9.13 
2.30 



8.00 



3.16 



2.63 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



279 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


8,309,537 

8,225,259 

563,838 

23,476 

4,067,755 




























21,189,865 






750,608 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car-Miles — 


142,961,949 
63,891,115 
7,895,108 




















214,748,172 


Passenger Car-Miles — 


19,363,354 
10,387,885 
16,668,099 




Sleeping, parlor, and observation 












46,419,338 


Special Car-Miles — 
Freight — loaded... 


74,377 
9,982 
37,603 
35,153 
18,222 
























175,337 










261,342,847 












6,849,998 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight train-miles. , .. 


8,138,416 

8,090,109 

537,147 

23,494 


















16,789,166 








Nonrevenue service train-miles 


753,474 









280 



N, C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Total intrastate freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average mileage operated during year 



2,406,072 
79,995,407 
77,896 
33.24 



4,322,649 
478,225,135 
475,417 
110.63 



1,026.94 



Dollars. Cts. Mills 



1,783,997 



2,227,387 
2,168 



6,364,444 
1,448,839 

1 



,197 



8,468 
5,865,440 

5,711 
2,831,481 

2,757 



1.45 
3.01 



2.35 
3.30 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



281 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 

84,686 

51,988 

77,261 

39,051 

35,950 

364,810 

338,250 

267,714 


Whole Tons. 
90,824 
67,743 
63,403 
60,140 
18,143 
143,367 
134,672 
65,269 


Whole Tons. 
175,510 
119,731 
140,664 
99,191 
54,093 
508,177 
472,922 
332,983 


Per Cent. 
1.48 


Flour __ 


1.01 




1.18 


Hay 


.83 




.45 




4.28 




3.98 




2.80 






Totals 


1,259,710 


643,561 


1,903,271 


16.01 






Products of Animals — 


25,182 


12,821 

2,989 

29,246 

1.39S 

13 

460 


38,003 

2,989 

53,832 

7,958 

93 

3,424 


.32 




.02 




54,586 

6,560 

80 

2,964 


.45 




.07 


Wool 






.03 






Totals 


59,372 


46,927 


106,299 


.89 






Products of Mines — 


202 

44,270 

174 

169,085 

1,549,953 


6,611 

745,344 

2,596 

146,580 

94,405 


6,813 
789,614 

2,770 

315,665 

1,644,358 


6 




6.64 


Coke 


.02 




2.66 




13.84 






Totals 


1,763,684 


995,536 


2,759,220 


23.22 






Products of Forests — 
Lumber . 


1,918,418 
973,247 


3831407 
74,371 


2,301,825 
1,047,618 


19.37 


Other products of forests __ ... ._ 


8.81 






Totals 


2,891,665 


457,778 


3,349,443 


28.18 






Manufactures — 


288,063 

16,188 

156,056 

154 

16,136 

41,927 

15,273 

221,749 

1,837 

6,168 

6,698 

24,427 

1,003,295 


27,470 

5,071 

67,368 

43,522 

9,975 

66,557 

24,749 

207,719 

4,010 

9,194 

21,549 

18,998 

456,986 


315,533 
21,259 

223,424 
43,676 
26,111 

108,484 
40,022 

429,468 

5,847 

15,362 

28,247 

43,425 

1,460,281 


2.65 




.18 




1.88 




.37 




.22 




.91 


Bar and sheet metal- 


.34 


Cement, brick, and lime _ 


3.61 


Agricultural implements 


.05 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc _ ... 


.13 


Wines, liquors, and beers __ 


.24 


Household goods and other furniture 

Other manufactures 


.36 
12.29 






Totals 


1,797,971 


963,168 


2,761,139 


23.23 






Merchandise . 


423,033 
205,058 


213,373 
164,194 


636,406 
369,252 


5.36 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


3.11 


Total tonnage _, 


8,400,493 


3,484,537 


11,885,030 


100. 







282 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Pkodtjcts of Agriculture — 
Grain _ _____ 


Whole Tons. 

11,090 

8,561 

10,447 

4,573 

15,973 

108,041 

43,572 

82,005 


Whole Tons. 
50,619 
40,509 
25,401 
27,525 
13,204 
102,882 
225,114 
35,497 


Whole Tons. 

■ 61,709 

49,070 

35,848 

32,098 

29,177 

210,923 

268,686 

117,502 


Per Cent. 
1.42 


Flour 


1.14 




.83 


Hay 


.74 




.67 


Cotton 


4.88 


Fruit and vegetables _ 


6.22 




2.72 






Totals 


284,262 


520,751 


805,013 


18.62 






Products of Animals — 
Live stock _____ _ _ _ __ 


2,400 
3,389 

909 
2 

225 


7,774 

19,806 

1,516 

17 

997 


10,174 
23,195 

2,425 
19 

1,222 


.23 




.54 




.06 


Wool __ 






.03 






Total 


6,925 


30,110 


37,035 


.86 






Products of Mines — 




6,154 
449,113 

1,791 
59,949 
78,821 


6,154 
457,068 

1,856 
65,204 
78,821 


.14 


Bituminous coal _ . . . 


7,955 

65 

5,255 


10.58 


Coke 


.04 




1.51 




1.82 










13,275 


595,828 


609.103 


14.09 








Products of Forests — 
Lumber _ 


726,158 
411,462 


383,728 
46,922 


1,109,886 
458,384 


25.68 


Other products of forests. 


10.60 






Totals 


1,137,620 


430,650 


1,568,270 


36.28 






Manufactures— 


30,537 

2,813 

12,436 


36,573 

4,371 

4,027 

31,296 

5,722 

48,658 

13,894 

54,954 

2,840 

4,985 

4,774 

7,332 

400,677 


67,110 

7,184 

16,463 

31,296 

9,467 

53,935 

17,238 

108,607 

3,102 

8,895 

5,009 

12,598 

557,795 


1.55 


Sugar _ ____ ___ 


.17 


Naval stores. _____ __ . _ 


.38 


Iron, pig and bloom. __ __ 


.72 




3,745 

5,277 

3,344 

53,653 

262 

3,910 

235 

5,266 

157,118 


.22 




1.25 


Bar and sheet metal __. 


.40 




2.51 




.07 




.21 




.12 




.29 




12.90 






Total 


278,596 


620,103 


898,699 


20.79 






Merchandise 


81,155 

54,172 


180,527 261,682 
88,675 142,847 


6.05 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


3.31 




1,856,005 


2,466,*644 


4,322,649 


100. 







ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



283 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 





Number 

on 

June 30, 

1911. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 
Retired 
During 
Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1912. 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Item. 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives — Owned oh Leased: 
Passenger and freight . - 


564 
122 


35 


1 
1 


598 
121 


598 
121 


598 




121 








Total locomotives in service.. 


686 


35 


2 


719 


719 


719 


Cars — Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 
First-class cars 


181 
132 
119 
1 
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25 


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206 
126 
127 
1. 
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206 
126 
127 
1 
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206 


Second-class cars 


126 




8 


127 






1 


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21 


5 


173 


Totals 


590 


54 


11 


633 


633 


633 






In Freight Service — 
Box cars 


17,871 

5,474 

109 

644 

5 

1,102 


2,302 
103 


257 

128 
11 


19,916 

5,449 

98 

644 

5 

1,121 


19,880 
5,352 

97 

644 

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19,916 


Flat cars. _ „ ._ ... 


5,449 


Stock cars 


98 






644 


Refrigerator cars 






5 


Other cars in freight service 


50 


31 


460 


Totals 


25,205 


2,455 


427 


27,233 


26,438 


26,572 






In Company's Service — 


13 
144 
103 

267 
600 






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194 

108 

277 
644 


13 
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94 

268 
501 


13 


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50 

9 

20 

71 




194 


Derrick cars 


4 
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27 


108 


Caboose cars 


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Other road cars. 


644 






Totals 


1,127 


150 


41 


1,236 


1,070 


1,236 








26,922 


2,659 


479 


29,102 


28,141 


28,441 







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RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— Entire Line. 



New Rails Laid During Year. 


New Ties Laid During Year. 


Kind. 


Tons. 


Weight 

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Average 

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Number. 


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19,054.4429 
3.2187 


85 
70 


30.362 
30.000 


Pine 


1,140,234 .3771 






454,321 
134,220 


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Oak„- 


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Total 




Total Steel 


19,057.6616 




30.362 


1.728.775 


.3934 











CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES. 



Locomotives. 


Coal, 
Bitumi- 
nous — ■ 

Tons. 


Wood, 
Soft- 
Cords. 


Total 
Fuel Con- 
sumed — 
Tons. 


Miles 
Run. 


Average 

Pounds 

Consumed 

Per Mile. 


Revenue Service — 
Freight 


506,296 
440,237 

32,915 

1,212 

184,206 

42,860 


8,336 

7,311 

1,139 

17 

5,683 

784 


510,464 
443,893 

33,484 

1,220 

187,048 

43,252 


8,309,537 
8,225,259 

563,838 

23,476 

4,067,755 

750,608 


122.86 

107.93 


Mixed . -- 


118.77 




103.94 




91.97 


Nonrevenue service 


115.25 


Total 


1,207,726 
$ 2.11 


23,270 
$ 2.00 


1,219,361 


21,940,473 


111.15 


Average cost at distributing point 








NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



287 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




E. T. Lamb 


Norfolk, Va. 




Frederick Hoff - _ . . 


New York, N. Y. 






Norfolk, Va. 




M. Manly 

W. B. Rodman 


Norfolk, Va. 




New York, N. Y. 




Chadbourne & Shores 

W. L. Bird 

E. T. Lamb 


Noforlk, Va. 




Norfolk, Va. 




Norfolk, Va. 




F. L. Nicholson 


Norfolk, Va. 




W. R. Hudson 


Norfolk, Va. 




B. L. Bugg 


Norfolk, Va. 




W. W. Croxton 


Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS. 

E. T. Lamb, Norfolk, Va.: T. L. Chadbourn, New York, N. Y.; Marsden J. Perry, New York, N. 
Y.; W. H. Williams, New York, N. Y.; S. M. Nicholson, Providence, R. I.; Rathbone Gardner, Provi- 
dence, R. I.; R. H. Swartwout, New York, N. Y.; S. L. Schoonmaker, New York, N. Y.; George M. 
Clark, New York, N. Y.; John I. Waterbury, New York, N. Y.; George J. Gould, New York, N. Y. 
Frederick Bull, New York, N. Y.; E. C. Duncan, Raleigh, N. C.; C. E. Foy, New Bern, N. C.; Cald- 
well Hardy, Norfolk, Va.; Frank A. Sayles, Saylesville, R. I.; R. R. Colgate, New York, N. Y. 



288 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 



Line owned by respondent: 

A. Main line. 

B. Branches and spurs. 

Line operated by respondent, but owned by 
another corporation, control being secured 
through stock ownership. 



3. Line operated under lease for specified sum. 

4. Line operated under contract or agreement, 

or where the rent is contingent upon earn- 
ings or other considerations. 

5. Line operated under trackage rights. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 


Name. 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1.— Norfolk Southern Rail- 


North Elec. Line — 
Norfolk, Va... 


Virginia Beach, Va — 
Virginia Beach, Va 


23.55 

20.75 
22.14 

7.51 
74.59 

8.73 
50.21 
23.20 
29.41 
11.09 
22.97 
44.32 
33.53 
102.08 
26.02 

3.18 










South Elec. Line — 
Norfolk, Va 

Euclid, Va. 






Euclid, Va - 


Providence Junction, 
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Edenton, N. C 

Mackeys, N. C 

Edenton, N. C 

Elizabeth City, N. C 

Belhaven, N. C 

Pinetown, N. C 

Columbia, S. C 

Washington, N. C 

Bridgeton, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C 






Edenton, N. C 

Suffolk, Va. - 






Beckford Junction 

Mackeys, N. C 

Bishop Cross, N. C... 

Mackeys, N. C 

Mackeys, N. C 

Washington, N. C 

Chocowinity, N. C 

New Bern, N. C 

Morehead City, N. C.- 
Berkley Yard, Va 

Edenton Yards, N. C. 
Edenton Yards, N. C. 






Oriental, N. C 






Beaufort, N. C 

Fosburgh Lumber Co. 
Edenton Cotton Mills 
Branning Lumber Co. 
Pamlico Chemical Co. 
Plant 


503.28 




.48 

.80 

1.87 

.84 

.76 




Denneys Station, Va._ 

Goldsboro, N. C 

James and 11th Sts., 
Norfolk, Va 

South Ave., Norfolk, 
Va 






Norfolk City Water- 






Morehead City, N. C._ 


4.75 
95.00 


3. — Atlantic and North 




5. — Norfolk and Atlantic 


City Hall Ave., Nor- 
folk, Va... 


.87 

.36 

2.30 

.50 

.40 

.60 








Norfolk Terminal Ry. 
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Union Station, Nor- 
folk, Va 








Virginian Railway 


Tidewater Junction, 
Va. 


Carolina Junction, 
Va .- 




Southern Railway 


Central Station, 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Goldsboro, N. C 

Jones St., Raleigh, 
N C 


Goldsboro Union Sta- 




Goldsboro Union Sta- 


Goldsboro Union Sta- 








Seaboard Air Line 


Union Station, Ra- 














5.03 








608.06 













NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



289 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1. Norfolk Southern 


Norfolk Division — 
Va. State Line 

Suffolk Division — 
Va. State Line 




52.54 

36.78 
8.73 
23.20 
29.41 
22.97 
11.09 
77.85 
3.18 
102.88 
26.02 






















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Mackeys 


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Edenton Yards 

Edenton Yards.. 


Edenton Cotton Mills. 
Branning Lumber 
Co.'s Mills . 


393.85 


1 B— Norfolk Southern 


.80 

1.87 

.84 








Pamlico Chemical 
Co.'s Mills 














3.51 
95.00 


3. — Atlantic and North 








Goldsboro Union Sta- 


.50 
.40 
.60 










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Goldsboro Union Sta- 






Jones St., Raleigh 

Total mileage op 




Seaboard Air Line 


Union Station, Ra- 












1.50 








493.86 











OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 


Character 
of Business. 


Title. 


State. 


Atlantic Hotel 


Hotel 


Leased.. . 









Corp. 2 19 



290 



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OTHER PROPERTIES— Continued. 



Designation. . 


Character 
of Business. 


State. 


Net In- 
vestment. 


Virginia Beach property. . . ..... 






$ 26 679 50 






Virginia and North Carolina... 
Virginia and North Carolina.. . 


126,013.25 
73,227.96 


Rail leased . 


Rent 




Total 


225,920.71 









ROAD ACQUIRED BY RESPONDENT FOR OPERATION THROUGH LEASE OR OTHER AGREEMENT. 





Miles 
of Line. 


Lease or Agreement. 


Name of Owning Company. 


Date. 


Term. 


Concise 
Summary 
of Pro- 
visions. 


Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad 


95.00 


Sept. 1, 1904 


Dec. 31, 1995 


*See note. 



*Rental as follows: 

September 1, f904, to December 31, 1904, $13,479. 

January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1924, per annum, payable semiannually, $53,916. 

January 1, 1925, to December 31, 1934, per annum, payable semiannually, $62,902. 

January 1, 1935, to December 31, 1944, per annum, payable semiannually, $71,888. 

January 1, 1945, to December 31, 1954, per annum, payable semiannually, $80,874. 

January 1, 1955, to December 31, 1964, per annum, payable semiannually, $89,860. 

January 1, 1965, to December 31, 1995, per annum, payable semiannually, $107,832. 

Payment of interest on $325,000 6 per cent bonds of A. and N. C. R. R., payable semiannually. 
Payment of $1,200 per annum for keeping alive organization of A. and N. C. R. R. Expenditure of 
$250,000 account of betterment of roadbed, terminal facilities, etc. Payment of, accrued taxes. Pay- 
ment of $12,000 of notes with interest thereon, given by A. and N. C. R. R., account of purchase of 
Atlantic Hotel property. 

N. B — Of the above $12,000 there remains unpaid $4,000 not yet due. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 


Par 

Value 

of 

One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 
Par Value 
Outstand- 
ing. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 


Dividends Declared 
During Year. 


Rate, 

%■ 


Amount. 


Common 


160,000 


$ 100 


$ 16,000,000 


$ 16,000,000 


$ 16,000,000 


2 


$ 320,000 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



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$303,183.32 
82,750.00 
41,250.00 
32,500.00 

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$ 6,381,000 

1,655,000 

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650,000 

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1,971,000 

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5,456,000 


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293 



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Account. 


Total Par 

Value 
Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per Mile of Line. 


Miles. 


Amount. 


Capital stock 

Funded debt . --.-.. 


$ 16,000,000 
19,636,000 


$ 16,000,000 
19,636,000 


508.03 
508.03 


$ 31,494 
37,580 






Totals 


35,636,000 


35,636,000 


508.03 


69,074 







DISCOUNT ON SECURITIES. 





Net Amount of Discount. 


Class of Bond or Obligation. 


Total. 


Charged to 
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and Loss. 


To be Charged 

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Life of 

Security. 


N. S. R. R. first and refunding mortgage 


$ 525,330.00 
27,200.00 


$ 11,382.15 
93.00 


$ 513,947.85 
27,107.00 




319,800.00 




319,800.00 








Total .... 


872,330.00 


11,475.15 


860,854.85 



SECURITY FOR FUNDED DEBT. 





Road or 


Tracks Mortgaged. 




Designation of Bond or Obligation. 










From — 


To— 


Miles. 


First and first general mortgage, N. S. 








R. R. Co 


Berkley, Va 


Edenton, N. C 


75.49 




Mackey's, N. C 


Belhaven, N. C 


29.27 




Mackey's, N. C 


Washington, N. C 


43.87 




Euclid, Va 




22.14 




Euclid, Va 


Providence Jet., Va... 


7.51 




South Route — 






Norfolk, Va 


Va. Beach, Va 


20.75 




North Route — 








Norfolk, Va 


Va. Beach, Va 


24.31 


First Consolidated mortgage, Suffolk & 








Carolina Ry. Co ... 


Suffolk, Va 


Edenton, N. C 


50.83 




Bickford Jct.,N. C— 


Elizabeth City, N. C. 


23.20 


First and refunding mortgage, N. S. R. R. 








Co 


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Bishop Cross, N. C... 


Pinetown, N. C 






10.95 




Edenton, N. C 


Mackey's, N. C 


8.73 




Raleigh, N. C. 




102.08 




Washington, N. C 


New Bern, N. C 


33.26 




New Bern, N. C 

Mackey's, N. C 


Oriental, N. C 


26.02 




Columbia, N. C 


22.38 




Morehead City, N. C. 


Beaufort, N. C 


2.82 




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Goldsboro, N. C 


Morehead City, N. C. 


95.00 



294 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE* YEAR— Entire Line. 



Account. 



Total from 

Cash or Other 

Working 

Assets. 



Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Widening cuts and fills 

Protection of banks and drainage 

Grade reductions and changes of line 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Fencing right of way 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildings and fixtures 

Roadway machinery and tools 

Shops, enginehouses, and turntables. 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water and fuel stations 

Dock and wharf property 

Other additions and betterments* 

Total 



6,051.55 

335.78 

17,679.96 

500.00 

13,356.40 

4,302.61 

30,329.16 

686.26 

7.51 

17,582.93 

94,495.90 

878.26 

1,452.22 

3,179.03 

6,706.62 

61.56 

3,008.27 



200,614.02 



*Represents amount assessed by town of Elizabeth City, N. C, for paving done on company' 
property. 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Entire Line. 




Account. 


Expenditures 
for New Lines 
or Extensions 
During Year 
from Cash or 
Other Work- 
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Expenditures 
for Additions 
and Better- 
ments During 
the Year. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1911. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1912. 


Road — 

Engineering .._ 


$ 


$ 


$ 681.48 

3,862.65 

5.60 

1,153.10 

2,149.17 

4,635.44 

5,293.55 

289.65 

327.62 

2,543.64 

530.86 


1 681.48 






6,051.55 

335.78 

31,536.36 

4,302.61 

14,500.00 

10,500.00 

2,550.00 

1,500.00 

1,965.42 

878.26 

7.51 


9,914.20 






341.38 






32,689.46 






6,451.78 


Ties 




19,135.44 


Rails _ ... . 




15,793.55 






2,839.65 






1,827.62 






4,509.06 






1,409.12 






7.51 






711.90 
62.79 


711.90 


Interlocking and other signal ap- 






62.79 






17,582.93 
94,495.90 


17,582.93 






25,607.44 

11,110.42 

30.64 

164.53 

3,978.62 

57.20 

2,584.68 

1,950.60 

6,968.05 

16,934,115.87 


120,103.34 






11,110.42 






1,452.22 
3,179.03 
6,706.62 


1,482.86 






3,343.56 






10,685.24 






57.20 






61.56 


2,646.24 






1,950.60 






3,008.27 


9,976.32 




*2, 217.19 


16,931,898.68 








Total . .. 


*2, 217.19 


200,614.02 


17,008,815.50 


17,207,212.33 







*Credit. 






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Amount 




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Entire Line. 


State of North 
Carolina. 




$ 20,069,480.67 


$ 


16,300,432.20 






Totals 


20,069,480.67 
96,889.16 




16,300,432.00 
78,693.38 








Net totals ... .. ... .. 


19,972,591.51 
39,313.80 




16,221,738.82 




31,930.67 







EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate 

Widening cuts and fills 

Protection of banks and drainage 

Grade reductions and changes of line... 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Sidings and spur tracks 

Terminal yards 

Fencing right of way 

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Station buildings and fixtures 

Roadway machinery and tools 

Shops, enginehouses, and turntables. .. 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water and fuel stations 

Dock and wharf property 

Other additions and betterments 

Total — State of North Carolina 



Total from 

Cash or Other 

Working 



4,915.07 

272.72 

14,359.66 

406.10 

10,848.07 

3,494.58 

24,633.34 

557.38 

6.10 

14,280.86 

76,749.57 

713.32 

1,179.49 

2,582.01 

5,447.12 

50.00 

2,443.32 



162,938.71 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



297 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— State of North Carolina. 



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Expenditures 
for New Lines 
or Extensions 
During Year 
from Cash or 
Other Work- 
ing Assets. 


Expenditures 
for Additions 
and Better- 
ments During 
the Year. 


Total 

Expenditures 

Julv 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1911. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1912. 


Road— 


$ 


$ 


$ 553.50 

3,137.24 

4.55 

936.55 


$ 553.50 






4,915.07 


8,052.31 






272.72 
25,613.83 


277.27 






26,550.38 






3,494.58 1.745.56 


5,240.14 


Ties.. 




11,776.90 
8,528.10 
2,071.11 


3,764.90 

4,299.42 

235.25 


15,541.80 


... 
Rails 


12,827.52 


Frogs and switches. ... 


2,306.36 


Track fastenings and other mater'L 
Ballast 




1,218.30 266.09 


1,484.39 




1,596.31 

713.32 

6.10 


2,065.94 
431.16 


3,662.25 


Roadway tools __ .. ._ 


1,144.48 


Fencing right of way.. ... 


6.10 


Crossings and signs 


578.21 

51.00 


578.21 


Interlocking and other signal ap- 
paratus | 


51.00 




14,280.86 
76,749.57 


14,280.86 




20,798.36 

9,023.88 

24.89 

133.63 


97,547.93 


General office buildings and fixtr's. 




9,023.88 




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1,179.49 

2,582.01 


1,204.38 






2,715.64 






5,447.12 3.231.44 


8,678.56 


Storage warehouses 






46.46 
2,099.28 
1,548.28 
5,659.45 


46.46 


Dock and wharf property 




50.00 


2,149.28 


Electric power transmission... 




1,584.28 


Miscellaneous structures 




2,443.32 


8,102.77 


Cost of road purchased 


*1, 800. 80 




13,753,888.91 


13,752,088.11 










Totals— State of N. C 


*1,800.80 


162,938.71 


13,814,559.95 


13,975,697.86 



"Credit. 



298 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 
Operating revenues 


$3,284,824.17 
2,079,324.36 


$1,205,499.81 
8,794.99 


















Outside operations: 


23,235.72 
32,030.71 


























1,196,704.82 
90,033.77 




Taxes accrued ._ 
















$1,106,671.05 


Other Income — 




5,694.57 
50,078.92 

7,060.00 
38,536.80 
































101,370.29 












1,208,041.34 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 




79,025.71 

48,228.93 

463,169.64 

913.31 

10,599.60 




Other rents — debits: 


46,794.23 
1,434.70 








































619,937.19 












588,104.15 


Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 
Dividends declared — on common stock: 


320,000.00 


320,000.00 












320,000.00 


Balance for year carried forward to credit of 




268,104.15 











PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1911 




I 

$ 443,713.37 






268,104.15 


Additions for Year: 




2,095.19 




$ 857.93 
713,054.78 




Deductions for Year: 


713,912.71 


Balance credit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet 






713,912.71 





NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



299 



OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire Line. 

Total 

Revenues. 



State of North 
Carolina, 

Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation- 
Freight revenue 



$2,189,600.29 



$ 1,778,393.36 



Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Parlor and chair car revenue.. 

M ail revenue 

Express revenue 

Milk revenue (on passenger trains). 
Other passenger train revenue 



Total passenger service train revenue. 



Switching revenue 

Special train service revenue- 



Total revenue from transportation. 



Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation- 

Station and train privileges 

Parcel room receipts 

Storage — Freight 

Storage — Baggage 

Car service 

Telegraph and telephone service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 



Total revenue from operations other than transportation. 



Joint facilities revenue — Dr.. 
Joint facilities revenue— Cr.. 



Total operating revenues. 



844,250.71 

8,767.26 

1,056.70 

41,659.84 

68,633.88 

380.49 

5,427.07 



970,175.95 



28,367.31 
39,001.12 



3,227,144.67 



686,122.55 

7,120.77 

858.25 

33,836.12 

55,744.44 
309.03 

4,407.87 



788,399.03 



23,039.93 
31,676.71 



2,621,509.03 



1,612.84 


1,309.95 


372.10 


302.22 


3,544.20 


2,878.60 


111.25 


90.36 


7,987.64 


6,487.56 


241.96 


196.52 


44,475.88 


36,123.31 


6,643.79 


5,396.09 


64,989.66 


52,784.61 


7,853.63 


6,378.72 


543.47 


441.41 


3,284,824.17 


2,668,356.33 



300 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SECURITIES OWNED— STOCKS. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 





Pledged. 


Dividends 
Declared. 


Name of Corporation and Security. 


Total 
Par 

Value. 


Cost or 
Book 
Value. 


Rate 

%• 


Amount. 


Stocks of Proprietary, Affiliated, and Controlled Com- 
panies, Held for Investment— 
Railway companies— Active: 


$ 7,200 

5,000 

25,300 

1,000,000 
35,000 


$7,200.00 
5,000.00 
25,300.00 

100.00 
35,000.00 




$ - 




78.92 


Norfolk Terminal Ry. Co ... 




Other than railway companies — Active: 


5 


50,000.00 












Total 


1,072,500 

3,500 
4,000 

6,500 


72,600.00 

2,500.00 
1,847.79 

1.00 


50.078.92 


Other than railway companies — Active: 












Other than railway companies — Inactive: 












Total 


14,000 


4,348.79 













SECURITIES OWNED— FUNDED DEBT. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 





Pledged. 


Interest 
Accrued. 


Name of Corporation and Security. 


Total 
Par 

Value. 


Cost or 
Book 
Value. 


Rate. 

%• 


Amount. 


Funded Debt of Proprietary, Affiliated, and Controlled 
Companies Held for Investment — 
Railway companies — Active: 


$ 28,000 
5,000,000 


$ 28,000 
4,000,000 


4M 


S 1.260.00 


Other than railway companies — Active: 
Jno. L. Roper Lumber Co 7 






Total '_. 

Other than railway companies — Active: 

North Carolina Construction 6% coupon bonds 


5,028,000 

80,000 
20,000 


4,028,000 

80,000 
20,000 


6 
5 


1,260.00 

4,800.00 
1,000.00 






Total. 


100,000 


100,000 




5,800.00 



NOEFOLK SOUTHEEN EAILEOAD. 



301 



SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 



Kind of Security. 


Par Value. 


Dividends 
or Interest. 


Stocks— 

Stocks of railway companies — Active 

Stocks of other than railway companies — Active 


$ 37,500 

1,042,500 

6,500 


$ 78.92 
50,000.00 






Total 


1,086,500 


50,078.92 






Funded Debt: 


4,669,000 

28,000 

5,100,000 






1,260.00 




5,800.00 






Total 


9,797,000 


7,060.00 







302 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire 

Line — ■ 

Amount. 



State 
of North 
Carolina- 
Amount. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures- 

Superintendence 

Ball ast 

Ties 



Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand and ice 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signal and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Electric power transmission 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr. 
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr.. 

Total — maintenance of way and structures 



Maintenance of Equipment — 
Superintendence- 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Electric locomotives — repairs 

Electric locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger train cars — repairs 

Passenger train cars — renewals 

Passenger train cars — depreciation 

Freight train cars — repairs 

Freight train cars — renewals 

Freight train cars — depreciation 

Electric equipment of cars — repairs 

Electric equipment of cars — depreciation- 
Floating equipment — repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — renewals 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Power plant equipment 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 



Total — maintenance of equipment- 



26,234.96 

173.47 

108,883.11 

6,654.26 

122,767.87 

1,782.20 

56,543.66 

153.93 

4,341.37 

1,047.01 

936.84 

14,280.19 

34,954.52 

3,388.88 

5,961.97 

1,021.02 

593.81 

4,778.08 

354.90 



394,142.25 



15,691.01 

99,882.83 

9,388.35 

201.37 

203.52 

52,904.28 

824.32 

6,418.92 

113,486.08 

9,352.26 

23,985.71 

6,828.67 

565.68 

11,683.22 

3,692.20 

3,356.72 

630.84 

248.94 

10,067.11 

3,637.74 

1,423.61 

604.82 

19,702.37 



394,780.57 



21,308.04 

140.89 

88,434.86 

5,404.59 

99,712.07 

1,447.50 

45,924.76 

125.02 

3,526.06 

850.38 

760.90 

11,598.37 

28,390.06 

2,752.45 

4,842.31 

829.29 

482.30 

3,880.76 

288.25 



320,122.34 



12,744.24 

81,124.83 

7,625.22 

163.55 

165.30 

42,968.86 

669.51 

5,213.45 

92,173.39 

7,595.91 

19,481.19 

5,546.25 

459.45 

9,489.11 

2,998.80 

2,726.33 

512.37 

202.19 

8,176.51 

2,954.57 

1,156.26 

491.23 

16,002.26 



320,640.78 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



303 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire 

Line — 

Amount. 



State 
of North 
Carolina — 
Amount. 



Traffic Expenses— 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising --. 

Traffic associations 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence- - - 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car service associations 

Station supplies and expenses. 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses ._ 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives.. 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals 

Motormen 

Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Operating power plants 

Purchased power 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight ... 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr... 

Total — transportation expenses 



23,809.36 
12,925.05 
12,073.10 
3,724.27 
6,496.64 
7,701.96 
77.40 



19,337.96 
10,497.73 
9,805.77 
3,024.85 
5,276.57 
6,255.53 
62.87 



66,807.78 


54,261.28 


40,152.14 


32,611.57 


12,827.68 


10,418.64 


234,793.07 


190,698.93 


3,379.18 


2,744.57 


19,245.91 


15,631.53 


8,391.61 


6,815.67 


22,825.45 


18,538.83 


960.68 


780.27 


554.24 


450.15 


24,297.59 


19,734.50 


2,978.37 


2,419.03 


30,887.39 


25,086.74 


1,399.78 


1,136.90 


467.26 


379.51 


224.22 


182.11 


9,342.30 


7,587.82 


10,493.60 


8,522.91 


101,223.70 


82,213.89 


15,444.47 


12,544.00 


177,439.45 


144,116.32 


15,100.56 


12,264.68 


3,511.34 


2,851.91 


2,209.72 


1,794.73 


24,846.22 


20,180.10 


1,371.97 


1,114.31 


121,424.03 


98,620.60 


23,074.15 


18,740.82 


2,820.56 


2,290.86 


1,454.45 


1,181.30 


8,639.70 


7,017.16 


16,034.79 


13,023.46 


5,955.09 


4,836.73 


11,687.57 


9,492.64 


13,334.16 


10,830.00 


703.83 


571.65 


30,689.34 


24,925.88 


1,900.92 


1,543.93 


14,274.05 


11,593.38 


11,415.92 


9,272.01 


35,179.14 


28,572.50 


2,638.66 


2,143.12 


2,757.24 


2,239.43 


1,062,837.02 


863,236.23 



304 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire 
Line — 

Amount. 



State 
of North 
Carolina — 
Amount. 



General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses _ 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals— Dr. 

Total — general expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses. 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent 



37,802.63 

51,439.41 

8,301.62 

23,108.08 

24,977.65 

7,800.43 

6,821.81 

505.11 



160,756.74 



394,142.25 

394,780.57 

66,807.78 

1,062,837.02 

160,756.74 



2,079,324.36 



63.30 



30,703.30 

41,779.09 

6,742.58 

18,768.38 

20,286.85 

6,335.50 

5,540.67 

410.25 



130,566.62 



320,122.34 
320,640.78 
54,261.28 
863,236.22 
130,566.62 



1,688,827.25 



RENTS PAYABLE 



Road Leased. 


Guaranteed 

Interest on 

Bonds. 


Cash. 


Total. 




$ 19,500.00 


$ 77,525.71 


$ 97,025.71 






Total -'_ 


19,500.00 


77,525.71 


97,025.71 







NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



305 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

EQUIPMENT LEASED. 



Kind of Equipment. 


Name of Lessor. 


Number 
of Units. 


Amount. 


Rents Acckued Receivable — 


John L. Roper Lbr. Co., @ $5.00... 
Wilkinson Bros., @ $5.00 


1 
1 
1 
2 
1 


$ 1,310.00 




825.00 


Freight cars... 

Freight cars 

Freight cars 


Wilkinson Bros., © \V/ 2 

Belhaven Lumber Co., @ Vl x A 

Jno. L. Roper Lbr. Co., @ $5.00 


45.79 
91.50 
5.00 


Total 


6 

51 
51 


2,277.29 


Rents Accrued Payable — 


Hines Bros. Lumber Co., 15c. 

Jno. L. Roper Lumber Co., 15c 


466.65 




2,839.35 






Totals- 


102 


3,306.00 









EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive-Days or Car-Days. 


Locomotive- 
Miles or 
Car-Miles, 
Number. 


Total 
Compensa- 
tion. 




Number. 


Rate. 




Accrued on Equipment Borrowed — 


41 
699,472 


$4.00 & $5.00 
30c & 35c 




$ 201.00 






227,982.44 








Total 


699,513 






228,183.44 










Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 


95 

203 

582,864 


$5.00 
Various 
30c & 35c 




475.00 




18,861 


698.75 




191,653.18 








Total 


583,162 




18,861 


192,826.93 











Corp. 2- 



-20 



306 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount 
Receivable. 


Amount 
Payable. 




$ 2,277.29 
192,826.93 


$ 3,306.00 


Equipment interchanged . 


228,183.44 
10,409.01 








Total 


195,104.22 


241,898.45 




46,794.23 









TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS. 

COMPANY'S OWNED AND PROPRIETARY LINES. 





Ad Valorem 
Tax on the 
Value of 
Real and 
Personal 
Property. 


Specific Tax. 


On Property 
Owned, Not 

Used in 
Operation, 

and 
Miscella- 
neous. 


Internal 
Revenue, 

■U. S. 
Govern- 
ment. 




State or Territory. 


On Stocks, 
Bonds, 
Loans, 

Etc. 


On Traffic, 

or Some 

Physical 

Quality 

of Property 

Operated, or 

on Privilege. 


Total. 




$ 30,559.06 
53,343.01 


$ 50.00 


$ ..__ 


$ 

397.66 


$3,679.74 


$30,609.06 




2,004.30 


3,679.74 
55,744.97 








Totals - . 


83,902.07 


50.00 


2,004.30 


397.66 


3,679.74 


90,033.77 







COMPANY'S LEASED AND OPERATED LINES. 



Name of Road; 


Ad Valorem 

Tax on the 

Value of Real 

and Personal 

Property. 


Specific Tax 

on Traffic, or 

Some Physical 

Quality of 

Property 

Operated, or 

on Privilege. . 


Total. 


Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad 


$ 17,014.85 


$ 475.00 


$ 17,489.85 


Totals . - - -- 


17,014.85 


475.00 


17,489.85 







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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Fire men _ . 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters... 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen. 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 



Total (including "general officers"). 
Less "general officers"... 



Total (excluding "general officers". 



Distribution of Above: 
Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Tra ffic e xpenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses. 

Outside operations 



Total (including "general officers" ). 
Less "general officers" 



11 
21 

123 

101 

135 
76 

103 
74 

203 
25 
82 

319 
53 

372 
41 
25 

306 



2,070 
11 



2,059 



560 
193 
39 
1,023 
116 
139 



2,070 
11 



3,270 

6,044 
34,931 
31,540 
42,655 
18,322 
18,544 
18,643 
35,574 

6,377 
16,417 
72,060 
16,946 
72,725 
12,743 

7,514 
67,402 



,004.03 
,781.39 
,810.52 
,756.03 
,471.21 
,340.84 
,107.90 
,603.93 
,340.82 
,167.39 
,077.98 
,357.74 
,540.04 
,471.21 
,942.63 
,603.41 
,665.59 



481,707 
3,270 



937,042.66 
39,004.03 



478,437 



898,038.63 



106,956 

64,627 

7,631 

265,028 

28,442 

9,023 



154,370.60 

142,924.28 

24,243.60 

524,987.72 

81,587.72 
8,928.47 



481,707 i 937,042.66 
3,270 j 39,004.03 



11.93 
5.26 
2.11 
1.45 
1.61 
4.06 
1.79 
3.52 
1.70 
3.48 
2.14 
1.92 
1.86 
1.08 
1.49. 
2.61 
1.49 



1.95 
11.93 



1.44 
2.21 
3.18 
1.98 

2.87 



1.95 
11.93 



Total (excluding "general officers"). 



2,059 



478,437 898,038.63 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



311 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger. 

Average receipts per passenger per mile.. 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating re venues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train- mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit.. 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile .. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile...' 

Average mileage operated during year. 



Dollars. Cts. Mills. 



2,474,129 

59,344,889 
82,796 
20.35 



844,250 



970,175 
1,595 



1,649,657 
133,308,800 
219,236 
80.81 



2,189,600 

1 



11 

36 

3.33 
14.93 
157.82 
14.87 
10.57 

3.79 



3,600 
2 

3,284,824 

5,402 

1 

2,079,324 

3,419 

1 

1,205,499 

1,982 



1.23 

6.77 



5.24 



7.31 
6.43 



2.27 



8.27 



7.68 



312 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage: 
Revenue Service — 


474,40? 
592,714 
351,626 
20,049 
327,715 




























1,766,506 




59,238 


Car Mileage: 

Revenue Service — 
Freight car-miles — 


8,929,819 

3,201,339 

429,554 

















Total freight car-miles. 



Passenger car-miles — 
Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor, and observation. 

Total passenger car-miles. 



■ Special car-miles- 
Passenger 



4,123,973 

529,065 



12,560,712 



4,653,038 







68,619 












17,282,369 












332,858 








Train Mileage: 
Revenue Service — 


496,030 

1,046,829 

348,635 

20,208 

























1,911,702 












66,040 









NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



313 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train- mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) — per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car mile. 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile .. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train- mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train- mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



2,009,488 
40,890,119 
82,797 
20.35 



Revenue and Rates. 



1,339,851 
108,273,407 
219,239 
80.81 



11 

36 

3.33 

14.93 

157.82 

14.87 

10.57 

3.79 

49 '.86 



Dollars. 



Cts. Mills. 



686,122 



788,399 
1,596 



1,778,393 
1 



3,601 

2 

2,668,356 

5,403 

1 

1,688,827 

3,419 

1 

979,529 

1,983 



36 
32 
1 
07 
59 

33 
06 I 
71 i 
25 
64 



7.31 
6.43 



2.27 



.54 



7.68 



314 



H". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — 
Revenue Sekvice — 


385,309 
481,402 
285,591 
16,284 
266,170 




























1,434,756 












48,113 


Car Mileage: 
Revenue Service — 
Freight car-miles— 


7,252,799 

2,600,128 

348,883 




Empty 
















10,201,810 








Passenger car-miles — 


3,349,491 
429,706 
















3,779,197 








Special car-miles — 


55,732 












55,732 










14,036,739 












270,347 


Train Mileage: 

Revenue Service — 


402,876 

850,235 

283,161 

16,412 
























1,552,684 










53,638 









NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



315 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 
16,985 
10,677 
51,711 

8,200 
12,361 
35,999 
60,251 

8,533 


Whole Tons. 
5,520 
9,695 

14,165 
5,773 
2,280 
7,036 

16,373 
5,841 


Whole Tons. 
22,505 
20,372 
65,876 
13,973 
14,641 
41,035 
76,624 
14,374 


Per Cent. 
1.36 


Flour 


1.24 




3.99 


Hay 


.85 


Tobacco .. 


.89 


Cotton 


2.60 


Fruit and vegetables .. . 


4.64 


Other products of agriculture - . 


.87 






Totals 


204,717 


66,683 


271,400 16.44 






Products of Animals — 


2,367 
358 
3,282 
10,904 
28 
313 
114 


1,189 

143 

3,271 

3,984 

6 


3,556 

501 

6,553 

14,888 

34 


.21 




.03 




.40 




.90 


Wool 




Hides and leather. _ 


76 389 
280 394 


.02 




.02 






Total 


17,366 


8,949 ! 26,315 


1.58 






Products of Mines — 
Anthracite coal . 


2,956 

1,744 

89 

25 

47,491 

3,025 


1,582 

93,343 

1,545 

8,265 
681 


4,538 
95,087 

1,634 

25 

55,756 

3,706 


.28 


Bituminous coal. . 


5.76 


Coke 


.10 


Ores 




Stone, sand, and other like articles 


3.39 


Other products of mines . 


.23 






Total 


55,330 


105,416 


160,746 


9.76 






Products of Forests — 

Lumber 


501,661 
287,504 


12,538 
11,518 


514,199 
299,022 


31.23 


Other products of forests. 


18.11 






Total. 


789,165 


24,056 


81 2 W.1 


49.34 








Manufactures — 
Petroleum and other oils 


12,154 

4,163 
691 


3,939 
1,895 

252 

391 
3,152 
4,511 
1,538 
8,097 

904 
1,425 

406 


16,093 
6,058 
943 
391 
8,082 
9,168 
2,012 

87,262 
1,698 
2,667 
1,092 


.98 


Sugar 


.37 


Naval stores. . 


.06 


Iron, pig and bloom 


.02 


Iron and steel rails 


4,930 

4,657 

474 

79,165 

794 

1,242 

686 


.49 


Other castings and machinery 


.56 


Bar and sheet metal . 


.12 


Cement, brick and lime 


5.27 


Agricultural implements... . .. 


.10 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 


.16 


Wines, liquors and beers 


.07 



316 



H". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 
FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line-Continued. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Manufactures — 


4,774 
132,916 


4,979 
43,825 


9,753 
176,741 


.59 




10.70 






Total 


246,646 


75,314 


321,960 


19.49 






Merchandise 

Miscellaneous— 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


24,736 
16,953 


8,247 
6,079 


32,983 
23,032 


2.00 
1.39 




1,354,913 


294,744 


1,649,657 


100.00 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 



Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Products of Agriculture — 

Grain 

Flour 

Other mill products 

Hay 

Tobacco 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other products of agriculture- 
Total 



Whole Tons. Whole Tons. 



13,795 
8,672 
42,000 
6,660 
10,040 
29,238 
48,936 
6,930 



166,271 



4,483 
7,874 

11,505 
4,689 
1,852 
5,715 

13,298 
4,744 



Whole Tons. 
18,278 
16,546 
53,505 
11,340 
11,892 
34,953 
62,234 
11,674 



54,160 



Per Cent. 
1.36 
1.24 
3.99 

.85 

.89 

2.60 

4.64 

.87 



220,431 



roducts of Animals — 

Live stock 


1,922 

291 

2,666 


966 
116 

2,657 

3,236 

4 

62 

227 


2,888 

407 

5,323 

12,092 

27 
316 


.21 
.03 




.40 




8,856 

23 

254 

93 


.90 








.02 




320 .02 






Totals— 


14,105 


7,268 21,373 1.58 



16.44 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



317 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Mines — 


2,401 

1,417 

72 

20 

38,572 

2,457 


1,285 

75,813 

1,255 


3,686 
77,230 

1,327 

20 

45,285 

3,010 


.28 


Bituminous coal 

Coke 


5.76 
.10 








6,713 
553 


3.39 




.23 






Total - 


44,939 


85,619 


130,558 


9.76 






Products of Forests— 


407,449 
233,511 


10,183 
9,355 


417,632 
242,866 


31.23 




18.11 






Totals 


640,960 


19,538 


660.498 


49.34 








Manufactures — 


9,872 

3,381 

561 


3,199 
1,539 

205 

318 
2,560 
3,664 
1,249 
6,576 

743 
1,157 

330 
4,044 
35,595 


1 
13,071 .98 




4,920 .37 




766 -06 




138 
6,564 
7,446 
1,634 
70,874 
1,379 
2,166 


.02 




4,004 

3,782 

385 

64,298 

645 

1,009 

557 

3,877 

107,954 


.49 




.56 




.12 




5.27 




.10 




".16 




887 -07 




7,921 
143,549 


.59 


Other m anuf actures 


10.70 


Totals. 


200,325 


61,170 


261,495 19.49 








20,091 
13,769 


6,698 
4,938 


26,789 
18,707 


2.00 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


1.39 


Total tonnage — State 


1,100,460 


239,391 


1,339,851 


100.00 







318 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 





Number 

on 

June 30, 

1911. 


Number 
Added 
During 

Year. 


Number 
Retired 
During 
Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1912. 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Item. 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives— Owned or Leased: 


37 

25 

5 




1 


36 

30 

5 


36 

30 

5 


36 




5 


30 






5 










Total locomotives in service.. 


67 
15 
52 


5 


1 


71 
15 
56 


71 
15 

56 


71 
15 


Total locomotives owned 


5 


1 


56 


Cars— Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 


55 
10 
1 
1 
25 
36 




1 
1 


54 

9 

1 

1 

24 

35 


54 

9 

1 

1 

24 

35 


54 






9 






1 








1 


Baggage, express, and postal cars. 
Other cars in passenger service 




1 
1 


24 




25 






Totals . 


128 


4 


124 


124 


114 






In Freight Service — 


1,855 

615 

2 

64 

1 

50 


500 


45 
21 


2,310 

594 

2 

62 

1 

50 


2,284 

560 

2 

62 


2,310 




594 




2 






2 


62 






1 


Other cars in freight service 


1 


1 


7 


15 


Totals -. 


2,587 


501 


69 


3,019 


2,915 


2,984 






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2 
2 
12 

46 






2 
2 

12 
47 


2 

2 

3 

17 


2 








2 


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Other road cars 


3 
3 


3 

2 


12 

47 


Totals 


62 


6 


5 


63 


' 24 


63 






Total cars in service 


2,777 
341 


507 


78 


3,206 
341 


3,063 

277 


3,161 

306 












2,436 


507 


78 


2,865 


2,785 


2,855 







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321 



RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— Entire Una. 



New Rails Laid During Year. 


New Ties Laid During Year. 


Kind. 


Tons. 


Weight 

Per 

Yard, 

Pounds. 


Average 

Price Per 

Ton at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Dollars. 


Kind. 


Number. 


Average 

Price at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Cents. 


Steel 


673.73 


80 


$ 30.78 


Oak 


16,388 48.5 




Pine 


152,066 

10,319 

1,531 

13,059 

1,865 


45.9 




Pine (creosoted) 

Gum (creosoted) 


70.0 
82.0 
41.4 






38.8 




Totals 




Total steel 


673.73 


80 


30.78 


195,228 


47.2 



CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES. 



Locomotives. 



Coal, 
Bitumi- 
nous — 

Tons. 



Total Fuel 

Consumed— 

Tons. 



Miles Run. 



Average 

Pounds 

Consumed 

Per Mile. 



Revenue Service — 

Freight. 

Passenger.. 

Mixed... , 

Special 

Switching 

Nonrevenue service , 

Totals 

Average cost at distributing point 



32,186 
25,354 
15,518 
901 
13,241 
2,199 



89,399 
$ 2.40 



32,186 
25,354 
15,518 
901 
13,241 
2,199 



474,402 
592,714 
351,626 

20,049 
327,715 

59,238 



89,399 



1,825,744 



135.69 
85.55 



80.81 
74.24 



97.93 



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322 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 



(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




L. P. Tapp 


Kinston, N. C. 






Goldsboro, N. C. 






Beaufort, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

G. W. Summerill, Kinston, N. C; L. P. Tapp, Kinston, N. C; L. H. Cutler, New Bern, N. C; 
W. D. Creech, Goldsboro, N. C; H. Weil, Goldsboro, N. C; Dempsey Wood, Falling Creek, N, C; 
W. S. Chadwick, Beaufort! N. C; A. C. Avery, Jr., Morganton, N. C; G. V. Richardson, Dover, 
N. C; Alexander Webb, Raleigh, N. C; E. L. Harris, Raleigh, N. C; D. B. Hooder, Bayboro, N. C. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 

of Shares 

Authorized. 


Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total Par 
Value 
Out- 
standing. 


Total Par 

Value 
Not Held 


Dividends De- 
clared During ■ 
the Year. 




by Re- 
spondent. 


Rate 

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Amount. 


Common 


18,000 


$ 100.00 


$ 1,800,000 


$ 1,797,200 


$ 1,797,200 


3 


$ 53,916.00 


Totals 


18,000 




1,800,000 


1.797.200 


1,797,280 




53,916.00 






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Purpose of the Issue. 


Total Number 

of Shares 
Outstanding. 


Total Cash 
Realized. 


Remarks. 




17,972 


S 1,797,200 


No stock issued this year. 






Total -- 





















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RECAPITULATION OF FUNDED DEBT. 





•Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total Par 

Value Not 

Held by 
Respondent. 


Interest. 


Kind of Bond or Obligation. 


Amount 

Accrued During 

Year Charged 

to Income. 


Amount 

Paid During 

Year. 




$ 325,000 


$ 325,000 


$ 95.00 


$ 195.00 







RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 





Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 

to 
Railways. 


Amount Per Mile 
of Line. 


Account. 


Miles. 


Amount. 




$ 1,797,200 
325,000 


$ 1,797,200 
325,000 


94.71 
94.71 


$ 18,976 




3,431 






Total - - 


2,122,200 


2,122,200 




22,407 









INCOME ACCOUNT. 







$ 73,416.00 

198.55 
73,217.45 

29.08 




Salaries and maintenance of organization, less amt. 


% 1,398.55 
1,200.00 


• 
















Otheb Income — 
Interest on other securities, loans, and accounts .-. 


29.08 




















$ 73,246.53 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 
Interest accrued on funded debt — paid by lessor 




19,500.00 










Total deductions from gross corporate income. 




19,500.00 










53,746.53 


Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 
Dividends Declared — On Common Stock: 
V/i% declared on July, 1911; payable on July, 1911 
Wi% declared on Jan., 1912; payable on Jan., 1912 


26,971.50 
26,971.50 


53,943.00 














53,943.00 


Balance for year carried forward to Dr. of profit 


196.47 











SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



325 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



President j. 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer and Assistant Secretary. 

General Counsel 

Comptroller 

General Manager 

Assistant General Manager 

Chief Engineer 

General Superintendant.i 

Traffic Manager, Freight 

General Freight Agent 

General Passenger Agent 



N. S. Meldrum. 
C. H. Hix 

C. R. Capps 

D. C. Porteous. 

R. L. Nutt 

Leigh R. Watts 

T. W. Roby 

C. H. Hix 

H. W. Stanley.. 
W. L. Seddon.. 
J. M. Shea 

E. D. Kyle 

L. E. Chalenor. 
C. B. Ryan 



Official Address. 



Portsmouth, Va., and New York, N. Y. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 

New York, N. Y. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Norfolk, Va. 

Portsmouth, Va. 



DIRECTORS. 

James A. Biair, New York, N. Y.; F. Q. Brown, New York, N. Y.; Wallace B. Donham, Boston, 
Mass.; H. R. Duval, New York, N. Y.; H. Jennings, Washington, D. C.J L. F. Loree, New York, N. 
Y.; N. S. Meldrum, New York, N. Y.; J. W. Middendorf, Baltimore, Md.; H. C. Perkins, Washington, 
D. C.j H. Clay Pierce, New York, N. Y.j John B. Ramsey, Baltimore, Md.; N. B. Ream, New York, N. 
Y.; Walter F. Risen, New York, N. Y.; Townsend Scott, Baltimore, Md.; Frank A. Vanderlip, New 
York, N. Y.j S. Davies Warfield, Baltimore, Md.; George W. Watts, Durham, N. C.J W. K. Wigham, 
London, England; John Skelton Williams, Richmond, Va.; B. F. Yoakum, New York, N. Y. 



326 



3S". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 



Line owned by respondent: 

A. Main Line. 

B. Branches and spurs. 

Line operated by respondent, but owned 
by another corporation, control being 
secured through stock ownership. 



Line operated under lease for specified sum. 

Line operated under contract or agreement, 
or where the rent is contingent upon 
earnings or other considerations. 

Line operated under trackage rights. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 


Virginia State Line... 
Virginia State Line... 
Virginia State Line... 




18.40 

32.30 

7.50 

96.20 

96.60 

264.63 

14.30 

7.00 

41.40 

10.00 

11.20 

4.70 

1.70 

4.51 
















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S. C. State Line 

S. C. State Line 






































1 






Henrietta Mills 












Roanoke Junction 

Patterson Cotton 


Roanoke Rapids 


610.44 


1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 


2.54 
.97 






- • _-...-.-. 


Hilton 




3.51 
2.40 


4. — Wilmington Railway 








• 






Total 


616.35 











Note. — The above does not include 10.13 miles from Hamlet to Gibson, leased. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 



1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 
Railway 



Acca 

Portsmouth... 

Weldon 

Raleigh... 

Wilmington... 

Monroe 

Belt Junction. 
Hamlet 



Norlina 

Weldon 

Raleigh — 

Hamlet 

Rutherfordton. 
Belt Junction.. 

Inman Park 

Cheraw. 



Cheraw ' Camden. 



102.10 


78.60 


96.20 


96.60 


264.63 


261.10 


8.10 


18.28 
54.94 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



327 



ROAD OPERATED -Entire Line— Continued. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


1 A. — Seaboard Air Line 






32.66 

138.55 

16.99 

262.99 

138.96 

209.06 

155.70 

41.40 

4.51 

35.00 

10.00 

11.20 

4.70 

1.70 

10.33 

88.00 

30.80 

2.08 

4.38 

20.35 

.25 

28.75 

14.40 

.63 

.69 

1.30 

2.23 

56.76 

7.65 

9.84 

4.33 

53.34 

3.65 

38.83 

13.13 

132.94 

22.00 

16.35 

22.50 

32.00 

4.70 

21.43 

12.34 

163.27 

.61 

22.84 

2.92 

3.29 

8.65 

.85 

2.51 

16.23 

20.18 
















Meldrim 






















River Junction 






















Oxford... 












Franklinton 














Ellenboro 








Henrietta Mills 

Logansville 






Lawrence ville 






Abbeville 


Ocilla . 






Hutchinson Island 

Monticello 

St. Mark's 




























Early Bird. 






Early Bird. 








Dunnellon cut-off 


Withlacoochee River.. 
Con.nr. Blue Run Mine 
Camp's Railway 












Sumterville Junction . 












Summerfield- 
























Durant 

Sarasota 

St. Mark's Junction... 
Plant City 


Sarasota 






Waylonzo 








Plant City 






Wildwood. . .. 
















Plant City... 
























Spencer 


Great Falls 






Edison Junction 
















Phos. Min'g Co. Track 












Phos. Min'g Co. Track 

Jacksonville, Ala 

Coal City 














Pell City . 






N. S. Connection 


Jacksonville, Fla 

Freight Yard Jet 






Con. Camps Ry 

Sarasota 
















2,937.65 



328 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Name. 



Termini. 



From — 



To- 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 



1 B. — Seaboard Air Line 

Ry- - 



3.— Central of Ga. Ry 

4. — Wilmington Ry. 

Bridge Co 

Phosphate Mining Co. 

5.— Lines operated under 
trackage rights: 
Western and Atlantic. 

Birmingham Belt 

St. L. and S. F. R. R. 
R. M. and F 



Total Mileage operated. 



Roanoke Junction 

Patterson Cotton Mill 

Republic Mills 

Belt Junction 

Quincey Owl Mill 

Wilson and Toomer... 

Melrose, Fla 

Long Lumber Co 

Early Bird 

Con. near Blue R. Jet. 

Dunnellon 

Dulton Phos. Co 

Terra Ceia Junction .. 

Ellenton 

Palmetto Junction 

Manatee 

Central Junction 

Junction 

Junction. 

Coronet Junction 

Augusta 

Tecumseh 

Atlanta Water Works. 

Grady Mine 

Lacy Burk Mine 

Petroleum Iron Co — 
Ragland Coal Mine... 

Vulcan Coal Mine 

Morris Mining Co 

Coal Branch Mine 

Holder Mine 



Lyons. 



Hilton 

Con. Near Nichols. 



Howells 

Birmingham 

Freight Yard Jet. 



Bessemer. 



Roanoke Rapids 

Spur 

Spur 

Inman Park, Ga 

Spur. 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Camp's Ry 

Camp's Ry. 

Near Standard, Fla... 

Terra Ceia 

Atlantic Refining Co. 

Palmetto 

Bradentown 

Bassett 

Thames 

Williams 

Coronet 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur 

Spur. 

Spur 



Meldrim. 



Navassa 

Con. P. M. Co. Plant 



Atlanta 

Birmingham. 



imer. 
Bessemer. 



2.54 

.97 

.64 

5.00 

1.95 

2.21 

.45 

.65 

.60 

.25 

1.95 

1.00 

4.47 

1.65 

1.60 

1.31 

.57 

1.91 

.53 

1.47 

2.35 

3.33 

.32 

.73 

1.15 

1.07 

1.91 

.26 

4.24 

1.65 

4.12 



2.40 
1.46 



3.00 

.07 

14.88 

.16 



Note. — The above does not include 10.13 miles from Hamlet to Gibson, leased; 2 miles, Amelia 
Beach Branch, leased; 1.90 miles, Silver Springs Branch, leased. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



329 



OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 


Character of Business. 


State. 


Invest- 
ment. 








$398,647.51 











CAPITAL STOCK. 



Description. 


Number 
of Shares 
Authorized 


Par 
Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total Par 
Value 
Out- 
standing. 


Total Par 
Value Held 

by Re- 
spondent 

in 
Treasury. 


Total Pal- 
Value 
Not Held 

by Re- 
spondent. 


Capital stock— common 

Preferred 


750,000 
250,000 


$ 100.00 
100.00 


$ 75,000,000 
25,000,000 


$37,516,000 
25,000,000 


$ 496,600 
1,105,900 


$37,019,400 
23,894,100 


Totals 


1,000,000 


100.00 


100,000,000 


62,516,000 


1,602,500 


60,913,500 







Purpose of the Issue. 



Issued for additions and betterments (common) 



Issued for reorganization 



Total. 



j Common 
1 Preferred. 



Total 
Number 
of Shares 

Out- 
standing. 



2,000 
373,160 
250,000 

625,160 



330 



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ments — 

S. A. L. refunding 4s - 

S. A. L. refunding 4s (treasury) 

Issued for additions and betterments- 
Equipment trust "N" 

Issued for refundment of securities — 
S. A. L. refunding 4s 

Totals.. 



Total Par 

Value Issued 

During 

Year. 



$ 1,305,000 
1,445,000 



1,500,000 
1,400,000 



5,650,000 



Cash 
Realized 
on Amount 
Issued Dur- 
ing Year. 



$ 1,044,000 



1,500,000 
1,120,000 



3,664,000 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 

to 
Railways. 


Amount Per 
Mile of Line. 


Remarks. 




Miles. Amount. 

| 




Capital stock 

Funded debt 


$ 62,516,000 
134,365,000 


$62,516,000 
134,365,000 


3,004.53 $ 20,807 
3,004.53 44,721 


Funded debt per mile com- 
puted on bonded liability 
in the hands of public and, 
also on "treasury bonds." 


Totals 


196,881,000 


196,881,000 


3,004.53 65,528 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



335 



DISCOUNT ON SECURITIES. 



Class of Bond or Obligation. 



S. A. L. Ry. refunding mortgage bonds, 4s 

S. A. L. Ry. adjustment mortgage bonds, 5s (income 

interest cumulative) 

S. A. L. Ry. A. and B. first mortgage, 4s. 

F. W. S. Ry. first mortgage, 5s 

Totals 



Net Amount of Discounts. 



Balance 



$4,769,432.99 

6,041,547.50 

23,462.68 

1,486.95 



10,835,930.12 



Charged to 
Income or 

Profit 
and Loss. 



$ 89,534.16 

157,547.99 

1,074.64 

66.09 



248,192.88 



To be 

Charged 

During 

Remaining 

Life of 

Security. 



$4,679, 



.83 



5,884,029.51 

22,388.04 

1,420.86 



10,587,737.24 



EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— Entire Line. 



Account. 


From Cash 
or Other 
Working 

Assets. 


Through 

Issue of 

Securities. 


Property 
Retired or 
Converted. 


Total. 




$ 11,101.50 

3,618.33 

10,701.94 

6,468.10 

24,399.50 

245,195.80 

144,838.84 

3,373.62 

20,756.55 

160,514.55 

8,026.31 

191,732.74 

228,410.21 

1,844.47 

8,276.95 

9,956.35 

1,779.76 


$.. 


$ . 


$ 11,101.50 






15,272.00 


11,653.67 






10,701.94 








6,468.10 








24,399.50 








245,195.80 

144,838.84 

3,373.62 

20,756.55 

160,514.55 

8,026.31 

191,732.74 

228,410.21 

1,844.47 

8,276.95 

9,956.35 




















Ballast 






























_________________ .. 








j 


1,779.76 




346.88 




346.88 


Telegraph and telephone lines..- . . ... 


10,709.39 
143,211.23 
37,202.54 
20,098.93 
22,031.54 
159,912.33 
174,503.88 
117,755.22 
32,618.45 


i 


10,709.39 




1 


143,211.23 




I 


37,202.54 




1 


20,098.93 


Water and fuel stations.. ... .. ... 




22,031.54 

15 ,912.33 

174,503.88 

1,760,053.99 




1 


Dock and wharf property __._ 








1,743,684.89 


101,386.12 




165.00 


32,453.45 








Total 


1,799,385.91 


1,743,684.89 


*116,823.12 


3,426,247.68 







"Credit. 



336 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION" 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Entire Line— Investment Since Juns 30, 1907. 



Aco.nunt. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
New Lines 
or Exten- 
sions During 
Year from 
Cash or 
Other Work- 
ing Assets. 


Expendi- 
tures for 
Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During 
Year. 


Total Ex- 
penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1911. 


Total Ex- 
penditures, 
July 1, 1907, 
to June 30, 
1912. 


Road— 


$ 14,079.31 
20,470.32 


$ 11,423.27 
11,101.50 
*11,653.67 
132,251.20 


$ 106,179.95 

228,694.60 

289,441.37 

398,795.63 

151,517.23 

907,015.76 

183,543.43 

687,038.74 

72,163.21 

151,353.92 

423,171.40* 

225,653.94 

216.09 

22,824.56 

14,187.67 

15,237.89 

104,210.05 

271,890.03 

341,146.40 

154,749.48 

44,736.19 

102,989.25 

181,969.91 

301,677.73 

1,481.49 

122,350.40 

4,725.00 

24.48 

16,183,019.48 


$ 131,682.53 




260,266.42 
277 787.70 






41,673.94 


572,720.77 






24,399.50 


175,916.73 


Bridges, trestles, and culverts .-.. 

Ties- .... 


16,362.08 

17,115.48 

51,548.16 

1,611.31 

6,472.38 


257,760.56 
55,762.17 

271,565.27 
26,104.84 
53,314.71 
80,219.67 

134,355.41 


1,181,138.40 

256,421.08 

1,010,152.17 

99,879.36 






Track fastenings and other material 


211,141.01 
503,391.07 


Track laying and surfacing.. ..... _.__ 


38,618.17 

*35.85 

5,278.41 

69.75 

1,694.48 

*527.96 

5,630.77 


398,627.52 




180.24 




1,844.47 

15,300.61 

2,320.89 

10,709.39 

143,211.23 

37,202.54 

20,098.93 

15,294.26 

6,737.28 

159,912.33 

174,503.88 


29,947.44 




29,558.03 


Interlocking and other signal apparatus. . 
Telegraph and telephone lines 


19,253.26 
114,391.48 
420,732.03 




378,248.94 






174,848.41 




979.06 


61,009.51 




109,726.53 






341,882.24 






476,181.61 






1,481.49 




2,621.17 
2,155.00 


32,453.45 


157,425.02 




6,880.00 






24.48 




39,164.34 




16,222,183.82 










Total 


264,980.32 


1,666,193.69 


21,692,005.28 


23,623,179.29 






Equipment — 




461,400.70 

112,120.21 

1,113,409.82 

73,123.26 


1,160,367.38 
341,721.99 

3,665,825.77 

129,146.55 

8,241.94 


1,621,768.08 






453,842.20 


Freight train cars. 




4,779,235.59 






202,269.81 






8,241.94 










Total 




1,760,053.99 


5,305,303.63 


7,065,357.62 








General Expenditures — 






10.00 

100.00 

27,600.00 

1,166.66 


10.00 








100.00 








27,600.00 








1,166.66 










Totals 






28,876.66 


28,876.66 











"Decrease. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



337 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Continued. 





Expendi- 










tures for 


Expendi- 








New Lines 


tures for 


Total Ex- 


Total Ex- 




or Exten- 


Additions 


penditures, 


penditures, 


Account. 


sions During 


and Better- 


July 1, 1907, 


July 1, 1907, 




Year from 


ments 


to June 30, 


to June 30, 




Cash or 


During 


1911. 


1912. 




Other Work- 


Year. 








ing Assets. 








Recapitulation — 










Road 


$ 264,980.32 


$1,666,193.69 


$21,692,005.28 


$23,623,179.29 







1,760,053.99 


5,305,303.63 
28,876.66 


7,065,357.62 






28,876.66 












264,980.32 3,426,247.68 


27,026,185.57 


30,717,413.57 






Total — State of North Carolina. 


•151.13 


736,185.44 


2,403,191.26 


3,139,225.57 



'Decrease. 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount. 



Entire Line. 



State of North 
Carolina. 



Investment to June 30, 1907— 

Road. 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907. 

Totals- 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 



$113,979,096.41 
12,213,660.89 
30,717,413.57 



156,910,170.87 
1,389,532.65 



155,520,638.22 
51,762.05 



$30,690,115.41 
3,139,225.57 



33,829,340.98 
290,775.72 



33,538,565.26 
53,740.81 



Corp 2- 



338 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 


$22,921,903.98 
16,800,086.81 


$ 6,641,817.17 
22,686.02 


















Outside operations: 


135,389.70 
158,075.72 


























6,619,131.15 
917,000.00 




Taxes accrued. ., . . . 
















S 5,702,131.15 


Other Income — 




4,468.33 

76,710.00 
17,716.09 
30,836.67 
20,810.00 
8,000.65 




Other rents — credits: 


76,534.16 
175.84 














































158,541.74 












5,860,672.89 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 




51,000.00 

310,137.37 

4,685,549.55 

248,192.88 

200.00 




Other rents — debits: 


201,098.32 
94,227.02 
14,812.03 








































Total deductions from gross corporate income 




5,295,079.80 










565,593.09 












565,593.09 











SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



339 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 



Debit. 



Credit. 



Balance June 30, 1911 

Balance for year brought forward from income account 

Additions for Year — 

Unclaimed wages 

Side track deposit forfeited 

Sale of N. S. & N. stock 

Redistribution expenses clearing house charged general expense account 

114 in prior years. 

Readjustment expenses revenue for prior years. 



Deductions for year— 
Removal of buildings for Raleigh freight facilities 

Premiums on 10 F. C. & P. land grant extension mortgage bonds. 
Balance credit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet 



$ 2,061.00 

500.00 

4,949,039.43 



4,951,600.43 



$4,112,333.38 
565,593.09 

17,654.39 
137.00 
50.00 

10,952.83 
244,879.74 



4,951,600.43 



340 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State of North Carolina. 



Account. 



Entire 
Line— Total 
Revenues. 



State of North Carolina. 



Intrastate 
Revenues. 



Interstate 
Revenues 
Assigned 
to State. 



Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation— 

Freight revenue $15,433,239.16 



S 877,109.87 



S3, 897, 499. 88 



$4,774,609.75 



Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Parlor and chair car revenue.. 

Mail revenue 

Express revenue 

Other passenger train revenue. 



5,050,067.90 

54,578.64 

8,444.10 

467,522.26 

819,290.62 

1,836.01 



7,329.50 



518,751.52 
3,664.77 



1,017,635.17 
10,994.27 



60,110.51 ! 60,110.51 

33,877.93 I 216,621.89 

246.48 | 123.27 



120,221.02 

250,499.82 

369.75 



Total passenger service train revenue 



Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue. 



6,401,739.53 I 600,448.07 



799,271. 



1,399,720.03 



231,919.63 

37,377.29 

1,382.35 



Total revenue from transportation.. 

Revenue from Operations Other than 
Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Storage — freight 

Storage— baggage 

T^ar service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 



Total revenue from operations other 
than transportation 



Joint facilities revenue — Cr 

Total operating revenues. 



22,105,657 



4,588.07 j 21,245.58 | 25,833.65 

10,023.45 J 4,246.20 14,269.65 

52.10 ! 55.05 i 107.15 



1,492,221.56 I 4,722,318.67 6,214,540.23 



8,207.97 

150,741.65 

989.55 

80,433.99 

71,027.00 

490,010.27 



,410.43 



14,835.59 



1,102.12 
7,534.21 

172.00 
3,681.03 
6,951.02 

709.57 



551.09 
36,145.17 



20,149.95 



1,302.28 



22,921,903. 



1,513,673.79 



16, 615. ! 



1,653.21 

43,679.38 

172.00 

20,296.91 

6,951.02 
17,425.04 



70,027.61 



90,177.56 



1,302.28 



4,792,346.1 



,020.07 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



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IT. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security. 


Par Value. 


Dividends 
or Interest. 


Stocks — 
Stocks of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral" 


$ 1,602,500 

2,894,383 

183,700 

1,098,400 

25,000 


$- 

436.67 








30,400.00 










Total 


5,803,983 


30,836.67 






Funded Debt — 
Funded debt of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral".. 


31,055,000 

333,000 

50,000 

5,000 


20,530.00 








280.00 






Total 


31,443,000 


20,810.00 







MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. 



Name of Corporation. 


Name of 
Security Held. 


Par Value 
of Holdings. 


Name of Intermediary. 


Georgia and Alabama Terminal Co... 


Stock 


I 300,000 


Georgia Construction Co. 







SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



345 



SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 





Income. 




Name of Fund. 


Other In- 
come to 
Fund. 


Total. 


Disburse- 
ments. 


Sinking and redemption funds — F. C. & P. L. G. mortgage 


$ 215.67 


$ 215.67 


$ 10,733.33 







ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1912. 



Name of Fund and Security. 


Cash in 
Fund. 


Total. 


Sinking and redemption funds — F. C. & P. L. G. mortgage redemption 


$ 532.52 


$ 532.52 







OPERATING RESERVES. 



Designation. 



Amount on 
June 30, 1911 



Accretions Disburse- 

During ments Dur- 

the Year. ing the Year. 



Amount on 
June 30, 1912. 



Loss and damage, personal injury and over 

charge claims 

Replacement of property 

Totals 



$ 338,062.29 $1,184,453.19 
6,346.37 51,146.93 



344,408.66 



$1,274,347.40 
53,385.85 



$ 248,168.08 
4,107.45 



1,235,600.12 



1,327,733.25 



252,275.53 



RESERVES FROM INCOME OR SURPLUS. 



Designation. 


Amount on 
June 30, 1911. 


Accretions 

During 
the Year. 


Disburse- 
ments Dur- 
ing the Year. 


Amount on 
June 30, 1912. 


Not specifically invested — reserve from sur- 
plus for doubtful accounts, etc 


$ 72,780.39 


% 4.459.51 


$ 19,765.03 


$ 57,474.87 









346 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED, AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES. 



Name of Company. 



Tampa Terminal Co 

North Carolina Terminal Co — 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Georgia Construction Co 

Savannah Union Station Co 

Atlantic Coast Terminal Co 

Raleigh & Charleston R. R. Co. 
Seaboard Investment Co 



Totals. 



Amount. 


$ 2,607.13 


154,367.51 


25,743.55 


46,595.25 


864.11 


397.70 


1,560.00 


581.64 


232,716.89 



SPECIAL DEPOSITS. 





Securities. 


Cash. 




Designation of Deposit and Description of 
Security or Property. 


Par Value. 


Cost or 
Book Value. 


Total. 


Lease of road contract $100,000 G. & A. 1st 


$ 100,000 


$ 100,000.00 


$ 


S 100,000.00 


Insurance collected on equipment deposited 


17,576.34 
3,446.39 


17,576.34 


Money received for sale mortgaged land de- 






3, 446,. 39 










Total— 


100,000 | 100,000.00 


. 21,022.73 


121,022.73 


• 





SEABOARD AIE LINE RAILWAY. 



347 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 
Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ballast 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand and ice 

Tunnels 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr 
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr. 

Total— maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation 

Passenger train cars — repairs 

Passenger train cars — renewals 

Passenger train cars— depreciation 

Freight train cars — repairs 

Freight train cars — renewals.. 

Freight train cars — depreciation 

Floating equipment — repairs 

Floating equipment — depreciation 

Work equipment — repairs 

W ork equipment — renewals. 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Dr 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr 

Total maintenance of equipment. 



136 : 

9 

566 

95 

195 



987.70 
351.14 
917.64 
804.92 
719.15 



29,232.53 

3,562.09 

150,756.91 

15,273.41 

44,626.07 



1,261,465.35 


251,402.18 


3,643.88 


2,178.86 


1,505.99 




502,050.54 


57,145.71 


13,851.52 


3,133.19 


17,936.72 


2,821.58 


3,010.65 


767.41 


18,753.12 


4,583.23 


373,079.28 


88,069.20 


81,483.93 


*4, 699.33 


40,963.31 


7,312.87 


20,613.37 


9,850.31 


4,188.63 


910.01 


6,082.90 


59.50 


42,772.20 


4,239.06 


48,823.08 


5,180.00 


3,347,358.86 


666,044.79 


94,990.95 


19,050.51 


1,237,336.00 


248,246.46 


4,775.58 


955.11 


82,565.80 


16,560.14 


286,955.20 


57,566.06 


16,780.01 


3,349.81 


33,773.14 


6,774.61 


1,007,354.93 


202,126.09 


25,865.12 


5,185.87 


197,337.93 


39,582.19 


10,303.08 




698.88 




43,507.69 


8,741.03 


1,686.54 


338.07 


6,981.16 


1,400.53 


122,804.83 


24,630.92 


23,197.73 


4,655.64 


6,078.21 


1,219.95 


10,031.95 


20.22 


747.13 


653.70 


3,212,277.60 


639,749.51 



'Credit. 



348 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 





State of 


Entire Line, 


North 


Amount. 


Carolina, 




Amount. 


$ 216,336.03 


$ 43,408.14 


313,870.74 


62,959.72 


52,804.01 


10,586.46 


24,637.01 


4,943.53 


1,383.12 


277.51 


31,118.39 


6,238.04 


74,415.02 


14,914.30 


796.78 


159.58 


715,361.10 


143,487.28 


163,702.58 


34,491.93 


100,648.20 


34,211.51 


1,526,498.86 


317,219.11 


41,207.82 


8,266.57 


95,639.24 


18,974.74 


98,716.10 


21,059.83 


254,887.30 


60,991.36 


5,195.66 


3,533.11 


13,074.34 


1,527.79 


196,628.85 


46,517.77 


39,457.64 


7,351.64 


227,625.55 


42,873.67 


11,482.55 


3,485.63 


3,777.10 


1,085.59 


3,809.23 


1,268.38 


129,046.79 


11,767.25 


55,244.36 


37,279.95 


904,538.25 


240,075.33 


■ 161,310.97 


42,953.91 


1,926,880.72 


511,701.15 


91,778.07 


24,337.40 


33,783.50 


8,962.28 


29,206.73 


7,750.31 


873,199.39 


227,541.50 


236,810.40 


62,062.65 


15,433.99 


3,587.91 


30,686.78 


4,331.68 


10,918.32 


354.40 


52,968.89 


11,961.50 


62,459.25 


17,969.68 


66,653.78 


80.00 


73,597.99 


16,643.98 


13,393.47 


5,374.25 


259,230.32 


54,765.78 


4,938.67 


982.12 


73,289.36 


15,147.92 


139,535.62 


26,605.84 


422,37i>.13 


86,947.74 


8,186.64 


1,337.45 


13,976.18 


1,049.34 


8,333,357.51 


1,947,771.37 



Traffic Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies , 

Advertising 

Traffic associations.. 

Fast freight lines 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees.- 

Weighing and car-service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and their clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for .yard locomotives 

Other supplies for yard locomotives.-- 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 

Road enginemen .' 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Operating floating equipment 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight :__. 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 

Total — transportation expenses 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



349 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 
Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



General Expenses— 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

I nsur ance 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Dr 
General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Cr. 

Total— general expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenanbe of equipment 

Traffic 'expenses 

Transportati on expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent 



$ 38,183.25 


$ 7,658.20 


222,697.08 


44,677.29 


19,666.93 


3,945.85 


162,500.11 


35,719.34 


165,309.82 


33,160.73 


2,700.00 


541.68 


24,507.30 


• 4,911.64 


30,805.31 


6,179.06 


5,588.47 


1,033.02 


226.53 


53.15 


671,731.74 


137,771.66 


3,347,358.86 


666,044.79 


3,212,277.60 


639,749.51 


715,361.10 


143,487.28 


8,333,357.51 


1,947,771.37 


671,731.74 


137,771.66 


16,280,086.81 


3,534,824.61 



71.02 



56.05 



SUMMARY OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES OF OUTSIDE OPERATONS AND OTHER PROPERTIES. 

OUTSIDE OPERATIONS. 



Designation. 


Revenues. 


Expenses. 


Net Deficit. 




$ 135,389.70 


$ 158,075.72 


$ 22,686.02 







OTHER PROPERTIES. 



Designation. 



Net Revenues 
or Income. 



350 



N. C. COKPOKATION COMMISSION 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 
FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Facility Leased. 



Joint Tracks — 
Main line tracks. 



Joint Yards and 
Terminals — 
Passenger stations 



Freight track 

Freight facilities- 



Freight and passen- 
ger facilities 



Location. 



Weldon, N. C, to Garys 

Archer, Fla., to Morristown 

Welborn, Fla. 

Tavares, Fla., to Ellsworth 

Jet 

Wellington, Ala., to Car- 

. tersville, Ga._ 

Raleigh, N. C 

Richland, Ga., to Kim- 

brough 

Central Jet. to near Sa- 
vannah, Ga ,_ 

Ybor Jet., Fla., to Tampa- 
Birmingham, Ala 



Cordele, Ga — 
Live Oak, Fla.. 
Live Oak, Fla.. 
Live Oak, Fla.. 



Raleigh, N. C... 
Raleigh, N. C.„. 
Raleigh, N. C.__. 

Maxton, N. C 

Suffolk, Va 

Aberdeen, N. C... 

Cordele, Ga 

Albany, Ga 

Richland, Ga 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Cordele, Ga 

Durham, N. C._. 
Durham, N. C... 
Americus, Ga 



Athens, Ga 

j Collins, Ga 

Cameron, N. C. 

McBee, S. C—_. 

Collins, Ga 

Manson, N. C._. 

Kilby, Va 

Pell City, Ala.!. 
i Guyler, Ga 



Total. 



Name of Lessee. 



Atlantic Coast Line R. R. 
Atlantic Coast Line R. R. 
Florida and Ga. Ry 



Tavares and Gulf Ry. 



Louisville and Nashville R. R. 
Norfolk Southern R. R 



Ga., Fla., and Ala. Ry. 



Brinson E,y 

Tampa Northern R. R. 
Central of Ga. Ry 



Atlanta, Birm. and Atlantic Ry.- 

Live Oak, Perry and Gulf Ry 

Florida Ry 

Suwannee River and White 

Springs R. R 

Norfolk Southern R. R 

Southern Ry 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern- 
Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Virginian Ry 

Aberdeen and Asheboro Ry 

Georgia Southern and Florida 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Ga., Fla., and Ala. Ry 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Ga. Southwest and Gulf R. R 

Durham and S. C. Ry 

Durham and Southern Ry 

Central of Georgia Ry 



Amount. 



Gainesville Midland Ry 

Ga. Coast and Piedmont Ry 

Randolph and Cumberland Ry.. 
Charlotte, Monroe and Colum. _. 

Wadley Southern Ry 

Roanoke River Ry " 

Norfolk and Western Ry 

B'ham and Atlantic R. R 

Savannah and Statesboro, R. R. 



$ 4,820.28 

6,039.21 

*40.00 

180.00 

50,004.57 
2,540.28 

10.00 

480.00 

1,080.00 

• 728.83 



9.00 
150.00 
150.00 

12.26 

1,040.00 

158.42 

131.65 

120.00 

191.67 

.96 

64.41 

20.04 

385.03 

25.00 

845.00 

1,056.76 

3,254.49 

170.04 

1,722.44 

283.00 

162.00 

480.00 

4.67 

60.00 

61.55 

130.00 

2.60 



76,534.16 



*Credit. 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



351 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 
FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 


Carthage R. R 


Cameron, N. C, to Carth- 
age, N. C . 


Randolph & Cumberland Ry 

North and South Carolina Ry 


$ 1,468.33 


Gibson Branch 


Hamlet, N. C, to Gibson, 
N. C 


1,500.00 


Silver Springs Branch 


Silver Springs Jet. to Silver 


1,500.00 










Total 


4,468.33 











MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description of 
Property. 


Location. 


Name of Lessee. 


Amount. 






Norfolk and Portsmouth Trac. Co. 


$ 91.17 




St. Clair Co., Ala 


84.67 


Total 






175.84 











352 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 





RENTS PAYABLE. 
FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 




Facility Leased. 


Location. 


Name of Lessor. 


Amount. 


Joint Tracks — 
Waterworks track . 


Montgomery, Ala... 




$ 528.00 




Howells to Atlanta, Ga. 

Hilton to Navassa, N. C- - 
Americus, Ga. - 


N. C. and St. L. Ry. 


16,249.92 






5,425.00 


Compress track .. 




106.04 






A. C. L. R. R 

K. C. M. and B. R. R 


37.34 


Use of tracks 


B'ham to Bessemer, Ala 

Manchester, Va. . _ 


12,200.92 
119.17 


Joint Yards and 

Terminals — 






586 97 








6 60 








13,694.63 








535.83 






Savannah Union Station Co 


13,641.67 
50.88 




Pembroke, N. C 




Durham, N. C 




377.75 




Raleigh, N. C 




988.78 






N. C. and St. L. Ry. 


1,999.97 
1,169.58 






L. and N. R. R 








67.74 




Wilmington, N. C. 




3,147.24 








158.50 








9,760.66 




Atlanta, Ga 


N. C. and St. L. Ry 


2,154.15 






439.39 








300.00 






St. L. and S. F. R. R 


29.20 




Bostic, N. C 


Car., Clinchfield and Ohio Ry 


*259.89 






5.00 




Albany, Ga 

Maxwell, S. C 

River Junction, Fla 




900.00 






262.68 


Freight and passen- 




573.76 






35.04 








8,934.50 










Total 


94,227.02 




1 





'Credit. 



FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 



Amount 
Cash. 



Lyons Branch of C. of Ga. Ry., Meldrim to Lyons, Ga 
Belt R. R. of Columbus, Ga 

Total 



$ 43,500.00 

7,500.00 



51,000.00 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



353 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description of 
Property. 


Location. 


Name of Lessor. 


Amount. 




Durham, N. C 




$ 600.00 








2,815.00 






N. W. Bowe & Son (agent for A. D. 








600.00 






9,000.00 


Track 






1,797.03 










Total 


14,812.03 











OTHER DEDUCTIONS FROM INCOME. 



Nature of Deduction. 


Amount. 


Collection of lease, Richmond, Va., City Coal Co 


$ 200.00 







Corp. 2- 



-28 



354 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 
EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive 
Days or 

Car Days, 
Number. 


Locomotive 

Miles or 
Car Miles, 
Number. 


Total 
Compensation. 


Accrued on Equipment Borrowed — 


1,550^ 

295^ 
3,304,339 








$ 3,007.87 




1,257,745 




Passenger train cars.. 


38,541.96 
1,073,968.87 




485 




134.91 








Totals _. 


3,306,670 


1,257,745 


1,115,653.61 






Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 


3,4193^ 

626 
3,008,070 








19,322.78 




328 






6,659.57 




980,490.25 




2,484 




2,949.53 








Total 


3,014,599^ 


328 


1,009,422.13 



RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount 
Receivable. 


Amount 
Payable.* 




$ 1,009,422.13 


$ 1,115,653.61 




94,866.84 








Totals . . ....... 


1,009,422.13 


1,210,520.45 




201,098.32 









SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



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EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



Average 

Daily 
Compen- 
sation. 



General officers 

Other officers- 

General office clerks 

Station agents 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors- 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters . 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 

Totals (including general officers) 

Less general officers 

Total (excluding general officers) 

Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures ' ... 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transp ortati one xpenses 

General expenses 

Outside operations 

Total (including general officers) 

Less general officers 

Total (excluding general officers) 



25 

9 

111 

89 

430 
105 
155 
78 
223 



519 
105 
731 
31 
64 
77 



25 



851 

698 

63 

1,212 

74 
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2,909 
25 



2,884 



1,449 

2,639 

35,298 

32,450 

135,020 
26,815 
26,768 
19,841 
42,916 
20,652 
24,337 

158,959 
33,091 

229,674 
11,284 
23,526 
24,671 



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67 

106 
99 
64 
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267 
77 

268 
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,472.18 
,972.53 
,486.83 
,220.71 
,124.57 
,548.77 
,278.69 
,210.64 
,426.44 
,314.41 
,711.35 
,048.12 
,378.73 
,633.00 
,514.04 
,214.87 



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1,449 



1,757,330.97 
27,775.09 



847,941 



1,729,555.88 



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210,718 

19,595 
330,550 

17,498 
4,046 



365,638.52 
414,296.52 

74,226.68 
832,643.92 

63,779.46 
6,745.87 



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1,449 



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27,775.09 



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7.76 
2.83 
1.99 
1.64 
6.46 
2.52 
5.36 
2.31 
3.12 
2.77 
1.68 
2.33 
1.17 
1.12 
2.19 
2.76 



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19.17 



2.04 



1.37 

1.97 
3.79 
2.52 
3.64 
1.67 



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19.17 



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1,729,555.88 



2.04 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



361 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 


Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 


Revenue 


and Rates. 


Passenger Traffic — 


4,870,104 
231,202,542 
75,590 
47.47 


Dollars. 


Cts. 


Mills. 










Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road.. 
















5,050,067 

1 


90 
03 
02 
53 
01 
09 








6.95 






1.84 






6,401,739 
2,093 














9.58 


Freight Traffic — 


9,406,877 
1,390,977,614 
454,771 
147.87 






























15,433,239 

1 


16 
64 
01 
80 
55 

98 
17 
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67 
43 
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50 








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2 

22,921,903 

7,494 

2 

16,280,086 

5,322 

1 

6,641,817 

2,171 








5.80 


Total Traffic — 
















2.74 


















6.63 








Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 








12 

40 

5.02 

14.91 

230.35 

22.72 

15.45 

6.35 

2,058.63 








Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile .. 
Average number of tons of freight per train-mile.-. 




Average number of loaded cars per train- mile 

















362 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


5,782,119 

5,392,151 

565,610 

17,561 

2,206,036 




























13,963,477 












844,335 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles— 


93,321,984 
38,325,042 
5,569,513 




Empty ___ .. . .... 
















137,216,539 


Passenger Car Miles — 


12,324,252 
6,820,052 
10,109,921 




















29,254,225 


Special Car-Miles — 


96,867 

6,713 

48,322 

19,078 

8,318 




























179,298 










v 166,650,062 






\ 






6,875,191 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


5,493,004 

5,276,456 

545,518 

17,142 
























11,332,120 












664,788 









SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



363 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



1,206,812 
57,291,990 
92,954 
47.47 



Revenue and Rates. 



Dollars. 



1,017,635 



1,399,720 
2,270 



Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue- 
Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Total intrastate freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight. .. 
Average receipts per ton per mile . 



3,424,005 

418,952,306 
679,731 
122.36 



Tqtal Traffic— 
Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating e xpenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car- mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train- mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile .. 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train- mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile _. 

Average mileage operated during year 



4,774,609 

877,109 

1 



6,306,020 

10,231 

2 

3,534,824 

5,735 

1 

2,771,195 

4,496 



11 

40 

5.59 

14.73 

260.35 

25.37 

17.68 

6.70 

616.35 



Cts. 



Mills. 



3.24 
7.76 



0.29 



4.45 
1.40 



2.62 



8.62 



364 



SF. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Seevice: 


1,642,635 

1,406,404 

61,451 

5,441 

648,814 




























3,764,745 












229,334 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 


28,446,949 

10,779,624 

1,592,358 




















40,818,931 


Passenger Car-Miles — 


3,046,962 
2,302,917 
2,715,899 




















8,065,778 


Special Car-Miles — 


16,837 

1,503 

22,074 

7,484 
3,408 




























51,306 










48,936,015 












2,217,862 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


1,551,114 

1,384,478 

58,094 

5,438 
























2,999,124 












176,666 









SEABOAKD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



365 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 
83,576 
48,000 
50,773 
25,851 
15,807 
187,442 
165,740 
191,565 


Whole Tons. 
112,530 
86,543 
78,886 
52,158 
23,812 
147,626 
129,013 
57,427 


Whole Tons. 
196,106 
134,543 
129,659 
78,009 
39,619 
335,068 
294,753 
248,992 


Per Cent. 
2.09 


Flour 


1.43 




1.38 


Hay 


.82 




.42 




3.56 




3.14 




2.65 






Totals 


768,754 


687,995 


1,456,749 


15.49 






Products of Animals— 


11,015 


11,365 
21,009 
38,612 

1,900 
276 
841 


22,280 
21,009 
62,474 

3,928 
406 

2,095 


.24 




.22 




23,862 

2,028 

130 

1,254 


.66 




.04 




.01 




.02 






Totals 


38,289 


73,903 


112,192 


1.19 






Products of Mines— 




20,672 
864,683 

12,781 
2,061 

49,334 
185,479 


20,672 

934,415 

13,054 

95,311 

363,070 

1,020,462 


.22 




69,732 

273 

93,250 

313,736 

834,983 


9.93 


Coke 


.14 




1.01 




3.86 




10.86 






Totals 


1,311,974 


1,135,010 


2,446,984 


26.02 






Products of Forests — 


938,747 
814,648 


500,062 
59,780 


1,438,809 
874,428 


15.30 




9.29 






Totals.. 


1,753,395 


559,842 


2,313,237 


24.59 






Manufactures— 


65,777 

17,456 

112,582 

74,580 

22,978 

27,089 

28,851 

286,370 

3,698 

3,741 

4,855 


69,527 
26,646 
66,584 
81,670 
14,137 
47,176 
65,199 
216,216 
6,785 
11,931 
35,515 


135,304 
44,102 

179,166 

156,250 
37,115 
74,265 
94,050 

502,586 
10,483 
15,672 
40,370 


1.44 


Sugar 


.47 




1.90 


Iron, pig and bloom 


1.66 


Iron and steel rails and spikes 


.39 


Other castings, machinery, and hardware... 
Bar and sheet metal and nails _ 


.79 
1.00 


Cement, brick, and lime 


5.34 


Agricultural implements 


.11 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 


.17 


Wines, liquors and beers 


.43 



366 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line— Continued. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. . 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Manufactures — Continued. 


Whole Tons. 

15,560 

680,043 


Whole Tons. Whole Tons. 

14,130 29,690 

429,502 1,109,545 


Per Cent. 
32 




11 79 






Total .---.-- 


1,343,580 


1,085,018 | 2,428,598 


25.81 








168,000 
158,763 


211,134 379,134 
111,220 269,983 


4.03 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above.-._ 


2.87 




5,542,755 


3,864,122 


9,406,877 


100.00 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 



Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Products of Agriculture — 

Grain 

Flour 

Other mill products 

Hay 

Tobacco, leaf 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables. _-. 

Other products of agriculture- 
Totals 



Products of Animals) 

Live stock 

Dressed meats 

Other packing-house products. 

Poultry, game, and fish ... 

Wool 

Hides and leather 



TotaL 



Whole Tons. 
33,712 
17,934 
21,656 
9,028 
14,022 
50,461 
74,820 
69,199 



Whole Tons. 
26,966 
36,777 
13,996 
17,910 
22,460 
47,193 
61,609 
33,828 



290,832 



3,418 



13,290 

1,297 

25 

537 



18,567 



Whole Tons. 
60,678 
54,711 
35,652 
26,938 
36,482 
97,654 
136,429 
103,027 



260,739 



4,261 
1,758 
5,112 

880 
212 
568 



12,791 



551,571 



7,679 
1,758 
18,402 
2,177 
237 
1,105 



Per Cent. 
1.77 
1.60 
1.04 
.79 
1.07 
2.85 
3.98 
3.01 



31,358 



.11 



.22 
.05 
.54 
.06 
.01 
.03 



.91 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



367 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 
on This 
Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 








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Products of Mines— 

Anthracite coal 

Bituminous coal 

Coke 

Ores 

Stone, sand, and other like articles. 
Other products of mines 



Whole Tons. 

4,576 

23 

205 

154,576 

31,634 



Total. 



Products of Forests — 
Lumber 

Other products of forests. 

Total 



Manufactures — 

Petroleum and other oils 

Sugar 

Naval stores 

Iron, pig and bloom 

Iron and steel rails and spikes 

Other castings, machinery and hardware 

Bar and sheet metal and nails 

Cement, brick, and lime 

Agricultural implements 

Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 

Wines, liquors, and beers 

Household goods and furniture 

Other manufactures. 

Totals 



Merchand.se 

Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above. 

Total tonnage— State 



Whole Tons. 
444,271 



35,447 
6,964 
3,549 

40,235 

10,455 
9,677 
8,410 

44,852 
1,666 
2,548 
3,540 
5,114 
312,067 



484,524 



71,465 
50,367 



1,865, 



Whole Tons. 
448,847 



5,801 j 


5,824 


1,011 ' 


1,216 


6,834 


171,410 


1,706 


43,340 



Per Cent. 

13.11 

.17 

.04 

5.01 

1.27 



191,014 


479,623 


670,637 


19.60 


299,031 
460,006 


237,917 
27,313 


536,948 j 
487,319 j 


15.68 
14.23 


759,037 


265,230 


1,024,267 


29.91 



26,173 

8,753 

2,380 

49,139 

8,257 

25,861 

40,311 

63,629 

3,087 

5,609 

4,590 

5,864 

128,646 



61,620 

15,717 

5,929 

89,374 

18,712 

35,538 

48,721 

108,481 

4,753 

8,157 

8,130 

10,978 

440,713 



372,299 



856,823 



125,382 
42,134 



196,848 
92,501 



1,558,199 



3,424,005 



1.80 
.46 
.17 

2.61 
.55 

1.04 



1.41 
3.17 
.14 
.24 
.24 
.32 
12.87 



25.02 



5.75 

2.70 



100.00 



368 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUiPMENT— Entire Una. 



Item. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1911. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 
Retired 
During 
Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1912. 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 


128 

252 

70 


10 
10 
5 


3 


135 

262 
74 


135 

262 

74 


135 




262 




1 


74 






Total locomotives in service.-. 


450 


25 


4 


471 


471 


471 


Cars— Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 


101 
50 

98 
9 
2 

82 




1 
3 
4 


100 

47 

98 

9 

2 

88 


100 

47 

98 

9 

2 
88 


100 






47 




4 


98 




9 








2 


Baggage, express, and postal cars. 


13 


7 


88 


Totals . .,- . 


342 


17 


15 


344 


344 


344 






In Freight Service— 


8,080 

2,709 

74 

3,595 

275 


1,000 

88 


102 

66 

1 

16 

75 


8,978 

2,731 

73 

3,654 

410 


8,967 

2,664 

73 

3,652 

410 


8,978 




2,731 




73 




75 
210 


3,654 


Other cars in freight service 


410 


Totals 


14,733 


1,373 


260 


15,846 


15,766 


15,846 






In Company's Service— 
Officer's and pay cars 


5 

136 

17 

211 

544 






5 

125 

17 

216 

552 


5 

125 

17 

216 
497 


5 




11 

2 

25 

34 


125 




2 
30 
42 


17 




216 




552 






Totals - - 


913 


74 


72 


915 


860 


915 








15,988 


1,464 


347 


17.105 


16,970 


17,105 








15,988 


1,464 


347 


17,105 


16.97C 


17,105 







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371 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

First Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President 

Vice-President and Secretary 

Treasurer 

General Counsel at New York 

General Counsel at Washington 

General Counsel at Louisville 

General Attorney at Washington 

General Solicitor 

Comptroller 

Assistant Comptroller 

Auditor 

Assistant to General Manager 

Vice-President and General Manager 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

General Superintendent 

Passenger Traffic Manager 

General Passenger Agent 

Freight Traffic Manager 

Engineer of Construction 

Land and Industrial Agent 



W. W. Finley 

A. B. Andrews 

J. M. Culp 

T. C. Powell 

H. B. Spencer 

R. D. Lankford— . 

H. C. Ansley 

Francis L. Stetson.. 
Alfred P. Thorn.... 
Alex. P. Humphrey 

L. E. Jeffries 

W. A. Henderson... 

A. H. Plant 

E. H. Kemper 

H. H. Laughton 

W. H. Netherland- 
E. H. Coapman 

B. G. Fallis.. 

H. E. Hutchens 

G. R. Loyall 

W. N. Foreacre 

C. L. Harris 

S. H. Hardwick— . 

H. F. Cary 

L. Green 

W. H. Wells 

M. V. Richards 



Washington, D. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
Louisville, Ky. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Greensboro, N. C. 
Knoxville, Tenn. 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

H. C. Fahnestock, New York, N. Y.; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; Charles Steele, New York, 
N. Y ; A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; E. H. Gary, New York, N. Y.; S. M. Inman, Atlanta, Ga.; R. 
M. Galloway, New York, N. Y.; Adrian Iselin, Jr., New York, N. Y.; Charles Lanier, New York, N. 
Y.; E. D. Randolph, New York, N. Y.; Fairfax Harrison, Chicago, 111.; George F. Baker, Jr., New 
York, N. Y. 



372 



N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 

Line Owned by Respondent. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 






Greensboro, N. C 

West Point, Va 


278.58 
179.00 
190.49 
143.52 
231.37 
241.55 
151.01 
86.75 
410.09 
260.70 
270.50 
146.71 












Charlotte, N. C& 








Columbia, S. C.. 


Greenville, S. C. 






Salisbury, N. C 


Morristown, Tenn 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Ala. -Miss. State Line... 












Stevenson, Ala 






Ooltewah Jet., Tenn 








State Line, Miss 

York, Ala 












East St. Louis. 111.. 










Sweetwater, Ala 

Somerville, Tenn 


2,590.27 


Branches and Spurs... 


8.30 

13.10 

54.15 

.40 

112.89 

8.90 

7.10 

5.44 

1.00 

55.10 

12.75 

1.55 

100.15 

122.50 

65.65 

1..20 

11.58 

23.57 

13.00 

' 30.44 

63.56 
65.30 

3.10 
11.30 
39.60 
26.21 
14.80 
61.30 
102.30 

3.30 
10.28 

2.92 
53.00 

37.28 
14.30 

20.50 
6.40 
1.60 
1.91 














W. 0. & W. Jet., Va 

Manassas Jet., Va 


Alexandria Jet., Va. 

Harrisonburg, Va 






Franklin Jet., Va 


Pittsville, Va 




i 








Manchester Jet., Va 








Durham, N. C 






Oxford, N. C.„. 


Henderson, N. C 

Cut-off 






Goldsboro, N. C... 

Pomona, N. C._l 






Wilkesboro, N. C 






Murphy Jet., N. C 

Charlotte, N. C._._ 






Taylorsville, N. C 

North Charlotte, N. C.- 
Abbeville, S. C 






A. T. & 0. Cut-off 

Hodges, S. C 






Aiken, S. C 


Edgefield, S. C 






Embreeville Jet., Tenn. .. 


Embreeville, Tenn 

Harriman Jet., Tenn — 
Cumberland Gap Jet. 
Tenn 






Coster, Tenn 


















Coal Creek, Tenn 


Briceville, Tenn. 






LaFollette Jet., Tenn 














Walland, Tenn 
























Fort Valley, Ga 














Hawkinsville, Ga 

Mines of Va.-Carolina 
























Wilton, Ala 


Valley Creek Jet., Ala. . 














End of Belt Road, Bes- 






No. Birmingham, Ala 

Cardiff, Ala 












Brazil Mines, Ala 

Blossburg, Ala 






Jefferson, Ala 





:,. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 
ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



373 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 

Named. 








1.10 

5.47 
1.02 

4.49 
38.93 




(Continued) 




Bessie Mines Connection 

Henry Ellen Spur 

Mines Ala. and Ga. Iron 
Co 




Tenn. C. I. & R. R. Co.— 
Spring Garden, Ala 






Ardella, Ala 

Seymour, Ala... 


Harjell, Ala 

EncPof track Piper Spur 


2.90 
3.91 
5.60 






Pinners Point, Va 

Venice & Carondelet 

Conn, with C. & A. Ry... 
Belleville Jet., Ill 


Connection with A. C. L. 

East St. Louis, 111 

N. I. Terminal 


.66 
6.86 
2.40 
1.14 

.59 
37.82 






Belleville, 111. 












Okolona, Miss Calhoun City, Miss.* 

Total 1 


1,300.62 








3,890.89 











*Operated by M. and O. R. R. as agent for Southern Ry.: results of operation are in Income Account 

Line Operated by Respondent, but Owned bt Another Corporation, Control Being Secured 
Through Stock Ownership. 



Termini. 



From — 



To— 



Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 



Miles of 
Line for 
Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 



Southern Ry. in Kentucky — 

Louisville, Ky Lexington, Ky.._ 

Lawrenceburg, Ky Lexington, Ky... 

Norton, Ky Burgin, Ky.- 

Versailles, Ky Georgetown, Ky. 



Southern Ry. of Indiana — 

State Line, 111 New Albany, Ind. 

Jasper, Ind Evansville, Ind.— . 

Rockport Jet., Ind Rockport, Ind 

Lincoln City, Ind Cannelton, Ind 

Jasper, Ind West Baden, Ind._ 



State University R. R. — 

University, N. C Chapel Hill, N. C.— . 

North Carolina Midland R. R. — 

Mooresville, N. C Winston-Salem, N. C. 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and 
Southern R. R — 

High Point, N. C..-_ ' Asheboro, N. C 

Yadkin R. R — 

Salisbury, N. C Norwood, N. C 

Seivern and Knoxville R. R. — 

Batesburg, S. C | Seivern, S. C 



83.47 
23.72 

3.82 
16.74 



118.28 
54.22 
16.15 
22.72 

24.80 



127.75 



236.17 
10.20 
53.52 

26.80 
41.00 
17.44 



374 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 


From — 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Atlantic and Yadkin Ry. — 
Sanford, N. C.„- 




130.95 
18.74 
11.39 




Climax, N. C 






Stokesdale, N. C 








Near Warrior River, Ala 

Near Little Warrior River, Ala.. 


161.08 


Ensley Southern Ry. — 
Ensley, Ala 


22.73 
9.24 
1.45 


Parrish, Ala 




Coal Creek Spur 






Bay Street Freight Depot, 


33.42 


St. Johns River Terminal Co. — 
Near Grand Crossing, Fla 






5.99 


Cumberland, Ry. — 

Hyde, Tenn. . 


Point on main stream, Clear 
Fork 








11.21 


Carolina and Tennessee Southern Ry.— 
Bushnell, N. C 






13.90 


Tennessee and Carolina Southern Ry. — 
Maryville, Tenn 






25.30 


Memphis and Charleston Ry. — 
Mississippi State Line 






34.10 










Total 


797.88 











Line Opekated Undek Lease for Specified Sum. 



North Carolina R. R. — 
Goldsboro, N. C— 


Charlotte, N. C 


222.44 
1.90 




Caraleigh Jet., N. C _ 


Caraleigh, N. C 








224.34 
263.08 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line — 
Charlotte, N. C 




Franklin and Pittsylvania R. R. — 
Pittsville, Va 






29.90 


Atlantic and Danville Ry.— 


West Norfolk, Va 


205.10 

50.36 

8.33 

3.90 






Claremont Wharf, Va. (N. G.). 








Buffalo Jet., Va 


Buffalo Lithia Springs, Va 






267.69 
4.45 


North and South Carolina R. R. — 




Lockhart R. R. — 


Lockhart, S. C 

Mobile, Ala., and branches 




13.81 


Mobile and Birmingham R. R — 


150.35 


Richmond and Mecklenburg R. R. — 


31.30 


Georgia Midland Ry.— 






97.88 










Total 


1,082.80 











SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



375 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 

Line Operated Under Contract or Agreement, or Where the Rent is Contingent Upon 
Earnings or Other Considerations. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Southern Ry. — Carolina Division — 
Cayce, S. C 


Hardeeville, S. C 


128.63 

7.64 

136.92 

66.30 

208.50 

10.50 

5.20 

65.90 

67.93 

15.81 

42.10 

2.60 




Perry, S. C L_ 


Seivern, S. C 










Branchville, S. C 


Columbia, S. C 

Marion, N. C... .. 




Kingville, S. C... 




Blacksburg, S. C 


Gaffney, S. C 










Biltmore, N. C. 








Alston, S. C 




Sumter Jet., S. C. 


Sumter, S. C. 










Kaolin, S. C. . 










758.03 
50.60 


Elberton Southern Ry. Co. — 




Southern Ry. in Mississippi — 






11.40 


The Whitney Co.— 
Near New London, N. C... 


Hall's Mill Ferry, N. C. .. 




6.20 


Wooldridge-Jellico Coal Co. — 






3.83 


Roswell R. R — 




9.80 
2.75 












.-..-. . . 


12.55 


Total 




842.61 









Line Operated Under Trackage Rights. 



Atlanta Terminal Co. — 
Entrance to Terminal Station, Atlanta, 
Ga.. 






.50 


Baltimore and Ohio R. R. — 
Entrance to Passenger Station, Harri- 
sonburg, Va.. 






.50 


Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington 
R. R.— 
Washington, D. C . 






2.14 


Washington-Southern Ry. — 
South End Long Bridge, Va 




5.70 
1.33 




North End Potomac Yard 


Conn. W. O. & W. Yard 






7.03 
1 26 


Washington Terminal Co. — 
Entrance to Union Depot, Washing- 
ton, D. C 




Central of Georgia Ry.— 
Central Junction, Ga 


West Broad St., Savannah, Ga.. 


3.37 
.10 




Fort Valley, Ga 








3.47 



376 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— Entir Line— Continued. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Augusta and Summerville R. R. — 






.49 


Georgia Railroad — 
Entrance to Union Depot, Augusta, Ga. 






.25 


Western and Atlantic R. R. — 


Dalton, Ga. . .. 




.20 


Chattanooga Station Co. — 
Entrance to Union Depot, Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 






.64 


Belt Ry. of Chattanooga — 
Entrance to Union Depot, Chattanooga, 
Tenn 






.35 


Northern Alabama Ry. — 
N. A. Jet., Ala 


Sheffield, Ala 




3.49 


Alabama Great Southern R. R. — 




3.44 

2.11 

27.16 

.40 










York, Ala 








Louisa St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
Union Depot, Flo ence, Ala 






33.11 


Louisville and Nashville R. R. — 


.20 
4.41 

9.81 

9.22 


Cumberland Gap, Tenn 




Middlesborough Belt and Bennets Fork 
Branch ... .... 






L. and N. Switch Point, Halsey Branch 








Tarboro, N. C 


23.64 


Atlantic Coast Line R. R. — 


99.50 

54.88 

16.70 

3.10 

152.08 

.72 
.09 


Tarboro, N. C. 


Selma, N. C 




Hardee ville, S. C. ... 






Four Mile Crossing, Ga. . 


Union Station, Brunswick, Ga.. 
Jacksonville Terminal Co., 












Entrance to Savannah Union Station, 
Ga 
















327.07 
.65 


Southern Ry. in Mississippi — 
Entrance to Passenger Station, Colum- 




Nashville, Chatta. and St. Louis Ry.— 






38.00 


Jacksonville Terminal Co. — 






1.47 


Savannah Union Station Co. — 






4.48 


St. Louis Term. Railroad Association — 
East St. Louis, 111. 






3.18 


East St. Louis and Cairo R. R. — 






.10 


Jacksonville and St. Louis Ry. — 
Through Centralia 111 






1.80 


Baltimore and Ohio S. W. R. R.— 
New Albany, Ind 






.06 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



37' 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line— Continued. 



Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


From— 


To- 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


Chicago and Alton Ry. — 






.70 


Evansville and Terre Haute Ry. — 


West Junction, Princeton, Ind.. 
Passenger Station, Evansville. . 


1.64 
.63 










2.27 


Illinois Central R. R. — 
Eleventh Street . 


.50 


Entrance to Calhoun St. Station, Mem- 




.33 








.83 


Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and Rail- 
road Co. — 


11th Street, Louisville, Ky 


3.00 
6.90 










9.90 


Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific 

Ry.- 


4.88 
2.21 


Entrance to Union Station, Chattanooga, 
Tenn .. 






Chic, Indianapolis and Louisville Ry. — 
French Lick __ _. 




7.09 
1.00 










Total 


475.67 












7,089.85 











ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 

Lines Owned. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 








42.70 

11.50 

185.50 








S. C. State Line 








Tenn. State Line.. 








239.70 


Branches and Spurs. . 


48.00 

12.75 

100.15 

122.50 

65.65 

1.55 

1.20 




Oxford. 


































Cut-off 






A. T. & O. Cut-off 


North Charlotte 








351.80 







378 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina— Continued. 

Lines Operated by Respondent, but Owned by Another Corporation, Control Being Secured 

Through Stock Ownership. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each Road 

Named. 


Miles of 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Class 
of Roads 
Named. 


State University R. R._ 


University 


Chapel Hill 




10.20 


North Carolina Mid- 
land R. R..__ __ 








53.52 


High Point, Randle- 
man, Asheboro and 
Southern R. R 


High Point 






26.80 


Yadkin R. R 








41.00 


Atlantic and Yadkin 
R. R 






130.95 

18.74 
11.39 
















Madison 








161.08 
13.90 


Carolina and Tenn. 















Lines Operated under Lease for Specified Sum. 



North Carolina R. R. 



Atlanta and Charlotte 
Air Line 

Atlantic and Danville 
Ry 

North and South Car- 
olina R. R 



Goldsboro. 
Caraleigh.. 



Charlotte 

State Line, Va. 
Virgilina 



Charlotte 


222.44 






1.90 








224.34 






S. C. State Line 




43.18 


State Line, N. C 




22.15 


Mines... 




4.45 



Lines Operated Under Contract or Agreement, or Where the Rent is Contingent Upon 
Earnings or Other Considerations. 



Southern Ry. — 




S. C. State Line 


64.15 
41.90 
42.10 








S. C. State Line 
















Hall's Mill Ferry 


148.15 

6.20 


The Whitney Co 
















Line Operated Unde 


r Trackage Rights. 






Atlantic Coast Line 
R. R 








120.68 












Total mileage op- 
erated — N. C... 


1,467.15 













SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



379 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 




Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 



3,500,000 



3,500,000 



Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 



S 100.00 



100.00 



Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 



$350,000,000 



350,000,000 



Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding 



$120,000,000 
60,000,000 



), 000, 000 



Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 



$120,000,000 
60,000,000 



,000,000 



Dividends 

Declared 

During 

Year. 



Rate. 



2 f c 



Amount. 
% 

1,200,000 



1,200,000 



Purpose of the Issue. 



Total 
Number 
of Shares 

Out- 
standing. 



Issued for purchase of railway or other property 

Issued for acquisition of securities 

Issued for reorganization. 

Total—. 



57,000 

43,000 

1,700,000 



1,800,000 



380 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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387 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 




$ 180,000,000 
264,764,400 


$ 180,000,000 




264,764,400 






Total 


444,764,400 


444,764,400 







EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— Entire Line. 



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From Cash 
or Other 
Working 

Assets. 


From 
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Through 

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Property 
Retired or 
Converted. 


Total. 




$ 104,441.35 

2,250.00 

9,787.39 

853.37 

3,211.13 

81,712.73 

108,026.28 

19,556.61 

949,679.13 

488,440.33 

191,878.29 

3,345.86 

13,395.88 
9,976.65 
4,653.84 
19,343.45 
46,432.29 
348,683.73 
3,757.70 

63,274.20 
51,521.43 

20,783.05 

90,723.49 

1,004,310.39 

275,284.40 


$ 46.50 
26.50 


$ 


$ 67,280.00 
49,634.86 


$ 37,207.85 






*47,358.36 








9,787.39 








853.37 


Grade reductions and changes of 


7,258.12 
17,053.16 




10,469.25 






98,765.89 






108,026.28 


Ballast 




19,556.61 




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949,679.13 




1,046.96 




489,487.29 






26,000.00 


165,878.29 




4,203.78 




7,549.64 


Improvement of crossings under 






13,395.88 


Elimination of grade crossings -. - 


367.35 

*953.47 

935.54 

1,117.05 

5,592.74 




10,344.00 






3,700.37 


Block and other signal apparatus 


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20,278.99 


Telegraph and telephone lines 




47,549.34 


Station buildings and fixtures 




354,276.47 








3,757.70 


Shops, enginehouses, and turn- 
tables. .. ... 


2,479.22 

640.73 

1,570.12 




75,265.00 

29,226.75 

1,300.00 


*9,511.58 






22,935.41 


Water and fuel stations 




21,053.17 


Dock and wharf property 




90,723.49 




3608.184.fi9 


1,945,729.40 
4,700.00 


2,666,765.68 


Other additions and betterments . 


3,605.12 




274,189.52 








Totals 


3,915,322.97 


44,989.42 3.608.184.69 


2,199,136.01 5.369.361.07 













♦Credit 



388 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907. 



Account. 



Expenditures 
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and Better- 
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During Year. 



Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1911. 



Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1912. 



Road — 

Engineering $ 

Right of way and station grounds 

Real estate.. 

Grading 

Tunnels 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

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Frogs and switches 

Track fastenings and other material 

Ballast 

Track laying and surfacing 

Roadway tools 

Fencing right of way 

Crossings and signs 

Interlocking and other signal apparatus 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Station buildings and fixtures 

General office buildings and fixtures 

Shops, enginehouses, and turntables 

Shop machinery and tools 

Water stations 

Fuel stations 

Dock and wharf property 

Electric light plants 

Miscellaneous structures : 

Rent of equipment 

Repairs of equipment 

Earnings and operating expenses during construc- 
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Injuries to persons 

Cost road purchased 



Total. 



Equipment — 

Steam locomotives. _ 
Passenger train cars. 

Freight train cars 

Work equipment 

Floating equipment- 
Total 



61,036.07 

37,361.64 

*47,358.36 

468,873.27 

17,623.94 

265,115.31 

156,519.39 

438,445.11 

28,322.10 

47,584.75 

96,638.18 

230,311.97 

3,775.48 

8,164.61 

29,499.85 

57,614.86 

47,573.80 

354,800.85 

3,714.35 

*9,543.18 

22,975.69 

26,479.28 

*2, 305.40 

90,723.49 



25,863.91 



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2,726 

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1,644 

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1,215 

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135 

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292 

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,116.56 
,159.71 
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,641.32 
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,276.20 
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,659.68 
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,987.97 
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861.00 
13.50 



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13,682,937.51 16,147,374 



1,014,411.47 

592,355.84 

940,466.65 

95,011.53 

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5,179,814.41 

1,922,253.82 

7,918,628.98 

148,103.71 

26,793.97 



2,637,245.49 15,195,594.89 



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2,991, 

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990.91 
643.53 
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,783.65 
,505.46 
,434.80 
,935.68 
,963.42 
,679.34 
,787.48 
,672.49 
,511.97 
,176.89 
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,558.20 
,374.03 
,373.16 
,847.67 
,467.25 
,086.22 
,111.76 
,724.33 
,912.31 
861.00 
13.50 



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14,390.53 
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6,194,225.88 

2,514,609.66 

8,859,095.63 

243,115.24 

21,793.97 



17,832,840.38 



♦Credit 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



389 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Continued. 



Account. 


Expenditures 
vor Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During Year. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1911. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1912. 


General Expenditures — 


$ 


$ 2,765.01 

7.00 

5,082.86 

1,207,499.25 

787,350.74 


$ 2,765.01 






7.00 






5,082.86 




254,309.31 
13,369.12 


1,461,808.56 




800,719.86 






Totals ... 


267,678.43 


2,002,704.86 


2,270,383.29 






Recapitulation — 


2,464,437.15 

2,637,245.49 

: 67,678.43 


13,682,937.51 
15,195,594.89 
2,002,704.86 


16,147,374.66 




1 ,832,840.38 




2, 270, 38!. 29 








5,369,361.07 


30,881,237.26 


36,250,598.33 







SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount — • 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30. 1907 — ■ 

Road 

E quipmen 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total.. 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr 

Net total 

Cost per mi e of line 



$318,243,507.64 
47,796,465.54 
36,250,598.33 



402,290,571.51 
13,779,492.93 



,511,078.58 
58,606.73 



390 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Opekating Income — 
Rail operations: 
Operating revenues. 
Operating expenses. 



Net operating revenue. 
Outside operations: 

Revenues 

Expenses 



Net revenue from outside operations- 



Total net revenue- 
Taxes accrued 



$63,590,328. 
43,696,236. 



1,067,254.31 
1,002,499.64 



Operating income 

Other Income— 

Rents accrued from lease of road- 
Other rents — Credits: 

Hire of equipment — balance 

J oint facilities 

Miscellaneous rents 



Other properties — net income.- 

Dividends declared on stocks owned or controlled . 
Interest accrued on funded debt owned or controlled 



Interest on other securities, loans, and accounts 
Miscellaneous income 



31,206.88 
204,635.85 
103,620.35 



1,357,142.71 

1,399,202.67 



Total other income- 



Gross corporate income carried forward. 
Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 

Rents accrued for lease of other roads 

Other rents — debits: 

J oint facilities 

Miscellaneous rents 



Separately operated properties — net loss.. 

Interest accrued on funded debt. 

Extinguishment of discount on securities. 



Total deductions from gross corporate income 



Net corporate income 

Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 
Dividends declared: 
On preferred stock— 2% declared on Feb. 9, 1912; 
payable on April 24, 1912 



Appropriations for additions and betterments: 
Expended during the year 



Appropriations for other reserves- 



Balance for year carried forward to credit of 
profit and loss 



598,444.10 
36,242.83 



1,200,000.00 



44,989.42 



$19,894,092.51 



64,754.67 



19,958,847.18 
2,452,328.28 



20,000.00 



339,463.08 
28,373.37 



2,756,345.38 
268,797.40 
163,126.84 



2,002,052. 



934,686.93 

180,701.01 

11,142,023.84 

60,043.25 



1,200,000.00 



44,989.42 
1,500,000.00 



$17,506,518.1 



3,576,106.07 



21,082,624.97 



14,319,507.91 



6,763,117.06 



2,744,989.42 



4,018,127.64 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



391 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1911 




$11,445,965.08 






4,018,127.64 


Additions for Year — 




3,665.57 






7,650.00 






13,762.22 






11,307.37 






8.614.42 






1,671.50 






3,223.79 


Interest Talluah Falls Ry. bonds.. _ 




36,350.00 






190,000.00 


F. & P. R. R. Co., bond written up ... 




10,999.00 






1,539.35 






5,277.22 










15,758,153.16 


Extinguishment of discount on securities. ... . ... 


$1,656,636.54 

100,000.00 
6,291.03 
51,306.37 
20,105.45 
10,133.84 
75,000.00 
44,431.75 
10,172.00 
27,140.05 
13,756,936.13 




Deductions for Year — 
Proportion freight revenue in transit written off.. . .. .-..-_.-. 












Central Ry. of S. C, notes with interest written off 




Mfs. R. R. Term. Co 


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Balance credit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet 






15,758,153.16 





392 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 

Total 

Revenues. 



State of North 
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Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation — 
Freight revenue 

Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Parlor and chair car revenue 

Mail revenue 

E xpress revenue . 

Milk revenue (on passenger trains) 

Other passenger train revenue 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 

Revenue from Operations Other Than Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Parcel room receipts 

Storage — freight . 

Storage — baggage 

Car service 

Rents of buildings and other property 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenues from operations other than transportation 

Joint facilities revenue — Dr 

Joint facilities revenue — Cr. ._ 

Total operating revenues 



$41,508,300.38 



,951,039.52 



16,939,811.36 

221,015.01 

4,168.50 

1,352,298.62 

1,948,956.80 

77,297.24 

23,722.13 



20,567,269.66 



700,521.59 
148,333.70 
27,502.50 



62,951,927.83 



48,282.47 
9,675.76 

62,835.82 

5,516.56 

156,165.05 

33,290.48 

57,455.22 



373,221.36 



601.95 
265,781.66 



63,590,328.90 



3,550,432.37 

43,443.16 

4,168.50 

264,686.93 

410,598.21 

136.81 

5,500.64 



4,278,966.62 



50,399.77 

32,604.57 

760.81 



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3,673.66 

12,574.28 
2,080.56 

29,973.29 
4,041.78 
4,333.32 



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MARKETABLE SECURITIES— STOCKS. 





Par Value 

of Securities 

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Cost or 
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Dividends Declared 


Name of Corporation and Security. 


Rate, 
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Amount. 


Railway companies — active: 


S 5,000.00 

210,000.00 

500.00 
5,956.50 


$ 2,500.00 

254,020.00 

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256,522.00 




12,762.49 







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Par Value 

of Securities 

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Cost or 
Book Value. 


Interest Accrued. 


Name of Corporation and Security. 


R ^ te ' Amount. 


Railway companies — active: 
Mobile and Ohio R. R. Co., gen. mortgage bonds.. 
Tennessee Central R. R. Co., prior lien bonds 


$ 500.00 
176,000.00 


$ 500.00 
178,559.04 


4 i $ _ 

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Total 


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179,059.04 




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SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 

NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



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Par Value. 



Dividends 
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Stocks — 

Stocks of railway companies — active 

Stocks of railway companies — inactive 

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Stocks of other than railway companies — inactive 

Totals '. 

Funded Debt — 

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Funded debt of railway companies — active 

Funded debt of railway companies — inactive 

Funded debt of other than railway companies — active 

Totals 

Funded debt pledged, special deposits 

Miscellaneous Securities — 
Miscellaneous securities of railway companies — active 

Totals 



$49,929,732.00 

2,849,300.00 

3,821,362.00 

6,457.00 



$ 1,239,625.41 



56,606,851.00 



22,331,800.00 

49,840,574.00 

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51,455.00 



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12,128.00 



1,293,051.42 
106,120.00 



31.25 



31.25 



Name of Corporation. 



Southern Railway Co., in Mississippi.. Capital stock 



Name of 
Security Held. 



Par Value 
of Holdings. 



Name of Intermediary. 



50,000 National Investment Co. 



Note.— The Southern Ry. Co., Alabama Great Southern R. R. Co., Cincinnati, New Orleans & 
Texas Pacific Ry. Co., and Mobile and Ohio R. R. Co. have an interest, one fourth each in the follow- 
ing capital stocks of the Alabama, New Orleans, Texas and Pacific Junction Railway Co., Limited, a 
..holding company: 63,785 preferred "A" shares, 106,404 preferred "B" shares. 



SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS. 

INCOME AND DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 





Income. 




Name of Fund. 


Income to 
Fund from 
Investments. 


Other Income 
To Fund. 


Total. 


Disburse- 
ments. 










$ 28,305.58 


Insurance and other reserve funds... 


$ 34,165.00 


$ 262,736.01 


$ 296,901.01 


185,349.76 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



403 



SINKING AND OTHER FUNDS— Continued. 

ASSETS ON JUNE 30, 1912. 



Name of Fund and Security. 



Securities in Fund. 



Par 

Value. 



Cost or 
Book 
Value. 



Cash in 
Fund. 



Total. 



Sinking and Redemption Funds — 
Charlotte, Columbia and Aug. R. R. Co., 1st mtg. 5% 
bonds 

Virginia Midland Ry. Co., serial mtg. "A" 6% bonds.. 

Virginia Midland Ry. Co., serial mtg. "B" 6% bonds.. 

Virginia Midland Ry. Co., serial mtg. "B" script 6% 

bonds 



S 535.00 

690.00 

2,200.00 

100.00 



B 535.00 

690.00 

2,200.00 

100.00 



Total. 



Insueance and Other Reserve Funds— 
Southern Railway insurance fund: 

Southern Railway Co., 1st consol. mtg. 5% bonds... 

New Orleans Terminal Co., 1st mtg. 4% bonds 

Alabama Great Southern R. R. Co., equip. m% 

bonds 

Cinci., New Orleans & Texas Pac. Ry. Co., equip. 

4^% bonds 

U. S. Steel Corporation Sinking Fund, 5% bonds... 
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., gen. mtg. '4^% 

bonds 

Central Pacific Ry. Co., 1st ref. mtg. 4% bonds 

The C. & O. Ry. Gen. Funding & Improvement mtg. 

5% bonds 

The Kansas & Col. Pac. Ry. Co., 1st ref. mtg. 6% 

bonds 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., gold mtg. 

4% bonds 

Norfolk & Western Ry. Co., gsn. mtg. 4% bonds 

Chesapeake Steamship Co., equip, gold 5% bonds.. 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., gen. mtg. 

3^% bonds . 

Delaware & Hudson Co., first and ref. mtg. 4% bonds 
Southern Pacific R. R. Co., first ref. mtg. 4% bonds.. 
Lake Shore & Mich. So. Ry. Co., 25 year 4% bonds.. 
L. & N. R. R. Co., unified 50-year gold 4% bonds... 
Nor. Pac. Ry. Co., Pr. Lien Ry. & Land Grant 4% 

bonds 

A. F. & S. Fe Ry. Co., gen. mtg. 100-year 4% bonds. 

B. & O. R. R. Co., first mtg. 50-year gold 4% bonds. 
Cash 



$250,000.00 
50,000.00 

8,000.00 

10,000.00 
50,000.00 

50,000.00 
25,000.00 

50,000.00 

15,000.00 

26,000.00 
26,000.00 
50,000.00 

25,000.00 
25,000.00 
25,000.00 
25,000.00 
25,000.00 

25,000.00 
25,000.00' 
25,000.00 



Totals . 



$287,500.00 
46,250.00 

7,750.80 

9,714.60 
49,312.50 

46,375.00 
24,625.00 

50,125.00 

16,875.00 

24,602.50 
24,310.00 
48,250.00 

22,062.50 
24,687.50 
23,937.50 
23,437.50 
24,843.75 

25,000.00 
24,968.75 
24,772.50 



810,000.00 829,400.00 



3,525.00 3,525.00 



,540.97 



540.97 915,941.37 



404 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING RESERVES. 



Designation. 



Material depreciation 

Overcharge claims 

Loss and damage claims 

Renewal of rail .. 

Renewal of bridges 

Repairs of passenger ears 

Personal injuries 

Advertising.. 

Conversion — freight cars 

Safety appliances — locomotives. . . 
Safety appliances — passenger cars. 

Safety appliances — freight cars 

Replacement — locomotive tanks... 
Repairs — home freight cars 



Totals. 



Amount on 
June 30, 1911. 



76,227.66 

649,869.59 

634,610.12 

3,239.31 

12,236.96 

2,000.00 

875,927.79 

*8,748.72 



2,245,362.71 



Invested in otheor reserve funds: 

Southern Ry. insurance fund 

Not specifically invested: 
For amount set aside out of the 
current year's income for divi- 
dend of V/i% on preferred stock 
payable Oct. 28th, 1912 



804,390.12 



Accretions 

During the 

Year. 



$ 55,466.47 

1,309,882.04 

941,894.71 

1,174,805.83 

32,153.96 



956,617.01 

145,169.87 

174,983.45 

20,703.95 

27,000.00 

118,933.45 

16,000.00 

22,500.00 



4,996,110.74 



296,901.01 



Disbursements 

During the 

Year. 



73,020.94 

1,521,280.92 

1,000,360.90 

1,169,354.78 

30,902.79 

2,000.00 

975,663.99 

144,693.68 

228,713.28 

17,122.80 

11,573.48 

82,802.80 



5,257,490.3(1 



% 185,349.76 



Amount 

on June 30, 

1912. 



58,673.19 

438,470.71 

576,143.93 

8,690.36 

13,488.13 



856,880.81 
*8,272.53 

*53,729.83 
3,581.15 
15,426.52 
36,130.65 
16,000.00 
22,600.50 



1,983,993.09 



915,941.37 



1,500,000.00 



•Credit. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



405 



ADVANCES TO PROPRIETARY, AFFILIATED, AND CONTROLLED COMPANIES. 



Name of Company. 



Amount. 



34,495.53 

11,728.53 

108,615.18 

1,260.61 

57,353.14 

178.43 

7,461.02 

2,416.83 

741.66 

673.11 

15,257.26 

179,012.04 



Advances for Construction, Equipment, and Betterments — 

Asheville Southern Ry. Co 

Atlanta Terminal Co 

Cumberland R. R. Co 

Chattanooga Station Co 

Carolina & Tennessee Southern Ry. Co _i 

Columbia Union Station Co 

Delta Southern Ry 

Goldsboro Union Station Co 

Laurenceville Branch R. R. Co 

Middleboro Mineral Ry. Co 

St. John's River Terminal Co 

Tennessee and Carolina Southern Ry. Co 

Total 

Temporary Advances for Various Purposes — 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Ry. Co.. T 

Georgia Industrial Realty Co 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Nashville Terminal Realty Co 

New Orleans Terminal Co 

Southern Ry. in Mississippi 

Savannah Union Station Co 

Memphis R. R. Terminal Co 

Charleston Union Station Co 

Total 



419,193.34 


2,483.92 


555,275.98 


12,871.77 


569.00 


6,126.00 


104,800.73 


864.11 


46,996.10 


894.54 



730,882.15 



SPECIAL DEPOSITS. 





Securities. 


Cash. 




Designation of Deposit and Description of 
Security or Property. 


Par Value. 


Cost or 
Book Value. 


Total. 


United States Government 4% bonds (de- 
posited under Nor. Car. R. R. lease) 

Tenn. Cent. R. R. Co., prior lien 4% bonds 
(deposited collateral, J. P. Morgan & Co.). 

Central Trust Company (sale of mortgaged 
property). - . . .. 


$ 153,000.00 
2,500,000.00 


S 182,429.24 
2,536,350.20 


S '[ S* 182,429.24 

'' 12,536,350.20 

771.75 ' 771.75 


Central Trust Company (sales of mortgaged 






203,000.00 ; 203,000.00 
* 

780.00 780.00 


Retreat for the Sick (deposited with retreat 












Totals 


2,653,000.00 


2,718,779.44 


204,551.75 


2,923,331.19 



*Income from United States Government 4% bonds 8 6,120.01 

ilncome from Tennessee Central R. R. Co. 4% bonds 100,000.00 



§106,120.00 



40© 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 
Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ballast 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Removal of snow, sand and ice 

Tunnels 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs 

Signals and interlocking plants 

Telegraph and telephone lines.- 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Docks and wharves 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Dr 
Maintaining joint tracks, yards, and other facilities — Cr. 

Total — maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of Equipment — 

Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives— depreciation 

Passenger- train cars — repairs 

Passenger-train cars — renewals 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation 

Freight-train cars-repairs 

Freight-train cars— renewals 

Freight-train cars — depreciation. 

Work equipment — repairs 

Work equipment — renewals 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Dr 

Maintaining joint equipment at terminals — Cr 

Total — maintenance of equipment 

Traffic Expenses— 

Superintendence 

Outside agencies 

Advertising 

Traffic associations 



466 

94 

1,760 

528 

389 

2,708 

20 

2 

815 
29 
40 
23 
27 

586 
14 
74 
12 
17 

359 
130 



,014.04 
,067.64 
,102.15 
,897.54 
,565.76 
,614.37 
,514.27 
,925.42 
,988.51 
,417.40 
,220.27 
,627.66 
,893.43 
,058.80 
,177.60 
,810.98 
,474.77 
,079.05 
65.74 
,106.04 
,401.29 



7,841,220.15 



241, 
3,729, 

79 , 

390 

772 : 

31 

106, 

2,756, 

545, 

1,013, 

54, 

7, 

17, 

223, 

22, 

15, 

4, 

104, 

10, 



571.13 

609.80 
830.24 
780.37 
772.84 
614.47 
878.34 
914.29 
258.37 
067.56 
223.96 
447.88 
783.98 
870.86 
717.20 
430.25 
506.97 
847.62 
453.29 



10,108,672.84 



533,959.69 
604,431.10 
145,814.27 

68,888.92 



95,667.49 
16,099.25 

314,029.94 
82,538.77 
66,699.43 

534,867.15 
3,437.58 



109,272.40 
10,132.84 
4,186.89 
3,014.43 
8,130.28 

112,136.53 



13,166.62 

2,672.30 

3,346.29 

52.58 

37,984.37 
5,622.95 



1,411,812.19 



47,433.52 

697,963.05 

11,521.84 

77,014.73 

149,822.83 

8,845.47 

20,381.12 

626,048.60 

113,787.32 

240,153.13 

11,643.74 

1,674.83 

3,428.85 

45,803.34 

9,140.08 

2,875.40 

792.01 

287.31 



1,617.17 



112,761.30 

127,479.88 

28,947.85 

13,798.12 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



407 



OPERATING EXPENSES -Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 
Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



Tkaffic Expenses — Continued. 

Fast freight lines 

Industrial and immigration bureaus 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Total — traffic expenses 

Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car-service associations 

Station supplies and expenses 

Yardmasters and clerks 

Yard conductors and brakemen 

Yard switch and signal tenders 

Yard supplies and expenses . 

Yard enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — -yard 

Fuel for yard locomotives 

Water for yard locomotives 

Lubricants for yard locomotives 

Other suppliss for yard locomotives 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Dr 

Operating joint yards and terminals — Cr 

Road enginemen 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Interlockers and block and other signals — operation 

Crossing flagmen and gatemen 

Drawbridge operation 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage- — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Dr 

Operating joint tracks and facilities — Cr 

Total — transportation expenses. 



.$ 83,920.97 i $ 
124,979.85 
183,150.88 \ 
207.37 ! 



17,717.94 

25,520.37 

39,224.94 

38.25 



1,745,353.05 


365,488.65 


513,271.79 


101,112.77 


590,836.80 


140,944.56 


2,793,306.64 


607,360.71 


125,515.31 ! 


26,762.70 


194,145.63 ; 


47,817.36 


361,497.20 : 


70,874.09 


981,134.61 


165,046.49 


21,820.05 


3,761.99 


14,626.33 


1,987.61 


636,968.22 


114,354.14 


135,423.71 


21,494.04 


421,873.07 


87,260.11 


30,851.73 


5,177.54 


6,744.95 


719.55 


13,037.86 


2,474.23 


999,374.75 


14,521.61 


101,452.41 


18,721.01 


3,100,259.95 


633,496.54 


715,626.36 


127,622.19 


3,472,769.90 


749,872.14 


233,941.44 


43,333.78 


46,666.26 


6,069.98 


75,201.05 


14,299.93 


3,327,144.82 


686,382.05 


729,046.16 


136,345.45 


20,236.11 


4,039.74 


76,374.54 


12,716.71 


8,793.69 


7.98 


118,489.88 


24,716.09 


109,784.13 


22,420.36 


177,214.98 


33,983.40 


44,808.44 


8,138.43 


830,752.85 


178,501.55 


9,415.58 


1,829.78 


104,751.61 


15,264.69 


195,020.94 


11,655.42 


924,716.13 


201,680.25 


80,307.13 


21,498.01 


58,644.72 


91.32 


22,081,653.47 


4,325,731.64 



408 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 

Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses __ 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Pensions 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

General Administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Dr 
General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals — Cr. 

Total — general expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenanc of equipment 

Traffic expenses ^ 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent... 



210,191.16 

646,744.85 

84,025.16 

480,849.87 

322,892.13 

5,570.00 

70,389.72 

58,949.32 

41,152.97 

1,428.30 



1,919,336. 



7,841,220.15 
10,108,672.84 

1,745,353.05 
22,081,653.47 

1,919,336.88 



43,696,236.39 



41,165.01 

128,722.48 

16,902.50 

91,944.96 

59,368.90 

444.57 

14,106.50 

12,072.67 

1,414.91 

173.47 



365,969.03 



1,411,812.19 
2,068,617.17 

365,488.65 
4,326,731.64 

365,969.03 



8,538,618.68 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



409 



SUMMARY OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES OF OUTSIDE OPERATIONS AND OTHER PROPERTIES. 

OUTSIDE OPERATIONS. 



Designation. 


Revenues. 


Expenses. 


Net 
Revenue 
or Deficit. 




$ 704,229.85 
363,024.46 


$ 572,929.04 
429,570.60 


$131,300.81 




♦66,546.14 






Totals. - 


1,067,254.31 


1,002,499.64 


64,754.67 







♦Deficit. 



OTHER PROPERTIES. 




Rock Run, Ala I Bass Fdy. & Mach. 

Arringdale, Va j Camp Mfg. Co 

Heath Springs, S. C | Central Ry. of Sou. Car. 

Badham, S. C j Dorchester Lumber Co... 

Donald, S. C ! Due West Ry. Co 



South Hill, Va 

Middlesborough, Ky _. 

Gray, Va 

Ripley, Miss 

Jackson, Ga 

Balsam, N. C 

Riderville, Ala 

Freeman, Va 

Selma, N. C 

Lee, Ala 

Calvert, Ala 

Salford, Va I Truitt, G. W. & Co.... 

Pine Hill, Ala j Vredenburg Saw Mill Co 

Judson, N. C 1 Whiting Mfg. Co 

Venice, 111 I Yale & Regan 

Miscellaneous I 



Emporia Mfg. Co 

Fork Ridge Coal & Coke Co.. 

Gray Lumber Co 

Gulf & Chicago R. R. Co..— 

Georgia Constr. Co 

Hunt Lumber Co., The R. G. 
Jackson Lumber Co., E. E — 

Newell & Peart 

Selma Lumber Co 

Sumter & Cheraw R. R. Co... 
Tombigbee Valley R. R 



750.00 
2,440.00 
1,287.36 
1,271.64 

652.88 
1,112.28 

519.12 
2,122.65 
3,775.80 
1,062.60 
1,064.28 
1,349.64 
1,739.64 

544.32 j 

768.00 ! 
2,243.38 

614.24 
1,506.00 
1,942.80 
2,100.00 
8,562.54 



182.50 
593.60 
307.40 
309.40 
157.74 
270.60 
126.30 
516.40 
918.95 
258.60 
258.80 
328.50 
423.30 
132.45 
186.90 
546.00 
149.40 
349.02 
472.80 
511.00 
2,056.14 



Totals. 



567.50 

1,846.40 

979.96 

962.24 

495.14 

841.68 

392.82 

1,606.25 

2,856.85 

804.00 

805.48 

1,021.14 

1,316.34 

411.87 

561.10 

1,697.38 

464.84 

1,156.98 

1,470.00 

1,589.00 

6,506.40 



37,429.17 9,055.80 



28,373.37 



410 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RENTS RECEIVABLE. 

FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 



Name of Lessee. 



Item. 



Tracks — 

Gadsden to Attalla, Ala 

Woodlawn Jet. to Bessemer, Ala 

Augusta, Ga 

Columbia, S. C 

North Birmingham, Ala 

Greenville, S. C 

Alexandria to Orange, Va 

Richmond, Va 

Venice ,111 

East St. Louis, 111 

Danville to Stokesland, Va 

Huntingburg, Ind.*. 

Greenville, S. C 

Vestal to Knoxville, Tenn 

Clear Fork-Jellico Branch, Tenn 

Coster, Tenn 

Gurnee Jet. to Blocton, Ala 

Mobile, Ala 

Florence, Ala., to railroad connections. 

Selma, Ala 

Decatur to Decatur Jet., Ala 

Macon, Ga 

Parrish to North Birmingham, Ala 

Goldsboro, N. C 

Northwestern Jet. to Camden, S. C 

Raleigh to Caraleigh, N. C 

Birmingham, Ala 

Cordova, Ala 

Manchester, Va 

Memphis , Tenn 

Mount Vernon, 111 



Alabama Great Southern R. R 

Alabama Great Southern R. R 

Augusta and Summerville R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Birmingham Belt R. R 

Charleston and Western Carolina Ry 

Chesapeake and Ohio Ry 

Chesapeake & Ohio Ry 

Chicago & Alton R. R 

Cleve., Cin., Chicago and St. Louis Ry. 

Danville and Western Ry 

Ferdinand Ry 

Greenville and Knoxville Ry 

Knoxville, Sevierville and East Ry 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Macon, Dublin and Savannah R. R 

Mobile and Ohio R. R 

Norfolk Southern R. R 

Northwestern R. R. of South Carolina. 

Raleigh and Southport Ry 

St. Louis and San Francisco R R 

St. Louis and San Francisco R. R 

Seaboard Air Line Ry 

Union Ry 

Wabash, Chester and Western R. R 



Total tracks. 



Terminals— 

Pregnalls, S. C ! Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Augusta, Ga Augusta Southern R. R 

Seneca, S. C j Blue Ridge Ry 

Newberry, S. C I Columbia, Newberry and Laurens Ry. 

Asheboro, N. C j Aberdeen and Asheboro Ry 

Ward, S. C \ Augusta Northern R. R 



Harrisonburg, Va 

Hickory and Newton, N. C. 

Chester, S. C 

Conover, N. C 

Gastonia, N. C 

Greenwood, S. C 

Spartanburg, S. C 

Charlottesville, Va 

Spartanburg, S. C 

Gulf, N. C 

Donalds, S. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Mobile, Ala 

Knoxville, Tenn 



Baltimore and Ohio R. R 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry 

Carolina and Northwestern Ry 

Charleston and Western Carolina Ry.. 
Charleston and Western Carolina Ry.. 

Chesapeake and Ohio Ry 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Ry 

Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern 

Due West Ry 

Greenville and Knoxville Ry 

Mobile and Ohio R. R 

Knoxville, Sevierville and East Ry — 



! 2,319.43: 
9,742.96 

279.34 

325. OS 

185. 2S 

156.72 

86,280.95 

469.44 

747.73 

1,060.29 

1,560.00' 

1,437.50 

82.00 

1,411.80 

14,903.60 

108.88 

30,358.05- 

1,566.38 

6,487.80 

25.00 

12,790.83 

150.00 

"9,404.37 

387.48 

1,146.25 

999.96 

540.00 

93.08 

130.00 

182. 28- 

97.50 

185,429.98 



37.16 
249.96 
240.00' 
212.23 
148.94 
210.00 

97.57 
1,138.90 

67.08- 

35.04 
217.28 
266.28 
456.00 

57.51 
513.00 

21.65 

75.00 
600.00 
288.47 
351.00 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



411 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 
FROM JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property, 



Name of 



Item. 



Terminals — Continued. 

Woodlawn, Ala 

Bonlee, N. C 

Newberry, S. C 

Yatesville, Ga 

Stevenson, Ala 

Washington, D. C 

Asheboro, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C 

Woodbury, Ga 

Macon, Ga 

Birmingham, Ala 

Bristol, Tenn 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Raleigh, N. C 

Raleigh, N. C 

Denmark, S. C 

Helena, Ga 

Raleigh, N. C 

Harriman, Tenn 

Harrisburg, Va 

Selma, Ala 

Winston-Salem, N. C.. 

Empire, Ga 

Hawkinsville, Ga 



Total — terminals- 



Alabama Great Southern R. R 

Bonlee & Western Ry 

Columbia, Newberry & Laurens R. R.- 
Macon & Birmingham Ry 

Memphis-Chattanooga Ry 

Phila., Baltimore & Washington R. R.- 
Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Ry. Co. 
Raleigh, Charlotte & Southern Ry. Co. 

Macon and Birmingham Ry 

Macon, Dublin and Savannah R. R — 

Mobile and Ohio R. R 

Norfolk and Western Ry 

Norfolk and Western Ry 

Norfolk Southern R. R 

Raleigh and Southport Ry 

Seaboard Air Line R. R 

Seaboard Air Line R. R 

Seaboard Air Line R. R. — Dr 

Tennessee Central Ry 

Valley R. R 

Western Ry. of Alabama 

Winston-Salem South Bound Ry. Co.— 

Wrightsville and Tenille R. R 

Wrights ville and Tenille R. R 



80.00 

4.13 

213.51 

18.70 

1.25 

821.10 

13.54 

34.75 

60.27 

1,800.00 

2,100.00 

60.00 

417.00 

1,174.55 

180.56 

67.74 

7.80 

74.27 

1,945.61 

661.79 

686.29 

20;). 26 

46.45 

3,600.00 

19.205.87 



SUMMARY 



Total, tracks- 

Total, terminals 

Grand total 



$ 185,429.98 
19.205.S7 



204,635.85 



FROM LEASE OF ROAD. 



Road Leased. 


Location. 


Lessee. 


Amount. 


Anderson Branch 




Blue Ridge Ry 


$ 4,000.00 


Gordonsville Branch. _. 
Rogersville Branch 


Gordonsville to Orange, Va._ 
Bulls Gap to Rogersville, 
Tenn.-.. 


Chesapeake and Ohio Ry 

Virginia and Southwestern Ry.. 


6,000.00 
10,000.00 








Total 


20,000.00 











412 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RENTS RECEIVABLE— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description. 



Compress 

Compress 

Compress 

Warehouse 

Property 

Warehouse 

Property 

Warehouse 

Property 

Coal yard 

Property 

Property 

Property, 

Property 

Property 

Property 

Warehouse 

Property-.. 

Warehouse 

Platform 

Coal yard 

Compresses 1 and 2. 

Coal yard 

Storage yard 

Warehouse 

Property 

Warehouse 

Pier 

Property 

Coal yard 

Coal yard 

Space 

Warehouse 

Property 

Dyke yard 

Property 

Property 

Property 

Compress 



Location. 



lserlki neons 



Total. 



Toccoa, Ga 

Anniston, Ala 

Atlanta, Ga 

Huntsville, Ala — 

Atlanta, Ga 

Charleston, S. C.- 
Atlanta, Ga 

Knoxville, Tenn.— 
Washington, D. C. 
Knoxville, Tenn... 
Birmingham, Ala.. 

Suwanee, Ga 

Durham, N. C 

Atlanta, Ga 

Durham, N. C 

Durham, N .C 

Columbia, S. C — 
West Norfolk, Va._ 

Memphis, Tenn 

Atlanta, Ga 

Knoxville, Tenn.-- 
Charlotte, N. C.__ 
Memphis, Tenn — 
East St. Louis, 111. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Washington, D. C. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Charleston, S. C— 
Charlotte, N. C.- 
Atlanta, Ga 

Atlanta, Ga 

London, Tenn 

Atlanta, Ga 

Mobile, Ala 

East St. Louis, 111. 
Birmingham, Ala.. 

Lake, 111 

E. St. Louis, 111..- 
Charlotte, N. C— 



Atlantic Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Atlantic Compress Co 

Alabama Cotton Oil Co 

Carolina Portland Cement Co. — 

Maloney & Carter Co 

Conklin Tin Plate and Metal Co.. 

Davis Susong Co 

Friebus, Theo 

La Follette Coal, Iron Ry. Co.... 

Leham, Chas. T 

Lawrence ville Branch R. R 

Norfolk & Western Ry. Co 

National Pencil Co 

Seaboard Air Line Ry 

Durham Union Station Co 

DuPre, E. M 

Virginia Smelting Works ... 

Fisher Lime and Cement Co 

Florence, Edward L 

Hackney, Broyles Co 

Heath Bros. (Sanders, Orr & Co.). 

Hunt & Brother 

American Bridge Co 

Whitcomb Co., H. H 

Phila., Bait., and Wash. R. R 

Proctor Coal Co., The 

Southern Steamship Co 

Standard Fuel and Ice Co 

Truitt & Sons, S. M 

Campbell Coal Co., R. O 

Newport Mill Co 

Singer, H. L 

Mobile & Ohio R. R. Co 

Wiggins Ferry Co 

Sturkey, Johnson Hat Co 

Southern Coal & Mining Co 

St. Louis Cotton Compress Co 

Sanders, Orr & Co 



Amount. 



2,949.77 

3,712.64 

2,100.00 

500.00 

813.16 

2,795.04 

600.00 

1,290.00 

522.50 

1,027.26 

1,300.00 

1,534.60 

600.00 

550.00 

600.00 

2,300.00 

537.60 

1,035.00 

600.00 

600.00 

500.04 

2,256.67 

750.00 

1,764.00 

1,993.08 

8,847.24 

600.00 

1,220.04 

550.00 

1,380.00 

517.53 

500.00 

1,605.48 

1,224.30 

1,500.00 

1,102.32 

619.50 

600.00 

2,640.00 

50,339.30 



103,620.35 



MISCELLANEOUS INCOME. 



Sources of Income. 



Net 

Miscellaneous 

Income. 



Pullman Company 

Rents from property under construction 

Southern Ry. Co. in Miss. — operation 

Mobile and Ohio R. R. Int. Jet. Warehouse and Pier No. 5 

Sale of timber 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



57,720.13 
8,897.00 

90,780.81 

3,758.53 

1,350.00 

620.37 



163,126.84 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



413 



RENTS PAYABLE. 
FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 



Name of Lessor. 



Tracks— 

York, Ala., to Meridian, Miss 

Woodlawn Jet., to Birmingham, Ala 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Jonesboro, Ala 

Citico to N. C. and St. Louis, Jet., Tenn 
Central Jet., Ga., to Jacksonville, Fla — 
Hardeeville, S. C, to Central Jet., Ga.__. 

Callahan, Fla 

Selma, N. C, to Pinners Point, Va 

Purysburg, S. C 

Charleston, S. C : 

Wilmington, N. C 

Columbia, S. C 

Hardeeville, S. C 

Burroughs, Ga 

Hilliard, Fla 

Jesup, Ga 

Atlanta, Ga 

South Rocky Mount, N. C 

Town Creek, Ala 

Savannah, Ga 

Talladega, Ala 

New Albany, Ind 

Harrisonburg, Va 

Central Jet., Ga., to Savannah, Ga 

Atlanta, Ga 

Greenville, S. C ' 

Venice, 111 

Orange, Va., to Gordonsville, Va 

Atlanta, Ga 

Bennets Fork Branch 

Cumberland Gap Tunnel Co 

Selma, Ala 

New Decatur, Ala 

Middlesboro, Ky 

Jellico, Tenn., to Hyde, Tenn 

Stony Fork Jet. and Owens Switch 

Middlesboro, Ky. to K. C. G. & L. Jet... 

Dalton, Ga 

Stevenson, Ala., to Chattanooga, Tenn.. 
Wash., D. C, to S. E. Potomac Br., Va... 

Atl anta, G a 

St. Louis, Mo 

Blocton, Ala 

S. E. Potomac Br., Va., to Seminary, Va.. 
Citico to N. C. and St. Louis Jet., Tenn.. 
Sheffield, Ala., to M. & C. Jet 



Alabama Great Southern R. R. 
Alabama Great Southern R. R. 
Alabama Great Southern R. R. 
Alabama Great Southern R. R. 
Alabama Great Southern R. R. 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 



Total tracks. 



Yards — 
Potomac Yards, Va. 



Atlantic Coast Line R. R..._ 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlanta and West Point R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlanta, Birmingham and Atlantic R. R .. 

Baltimore and Ohio R. R 1 

Baltimore and Ohio R. R 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Charleston and Western Carolina Ry 

Chicago and Alton Ry 

Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. ._. 

Georgia R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R..' 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R... 

Louisville and Nashville R. R. 

Louisville and Nashville R. R.. 

Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Ry. 
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Ry. 
Phila., Baltimore and Washington R. R... 

Seaboard Air Line Ry 

Terminal Railroad Assn. of St. Louis 

Woodstock and Blocton Ry... 

Washington-Southern Ry 

Cin., New Orleans & Texas Pacific Ry 

Northern Alabama Ry 



Item. 



Washington Southern Ry. 



; 7,379.52 
1,050.00 

205.08 

28.50 

1,420.80 

110,127.37 

26,904.48 

137.89 

84,564.42 

14.21 

1,665.48 

2.36 

24.09 

4.06 

6.05 

16.51 

659.23 

123.36 

351.66 

77.66 

323.68 

176.39 

600.00 

600.00 

440.04 

32.12 

1.92 

574.96 

38.11 

7,197.36 

5,060.24 

8,614.08 

249.89 

76.62 

1,405.71 

12,652.52 

1,044.58 

34.84 

3,240.00 

46,645.21 

27,761.49 

143.15 

24,964.36 

237.08 

13,363.71 

5,084.70 

1,391.24 



396,540.45 



22,345. 



414 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RENTS PAYABLE-Continued. 

FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 



Terminals — 

Akron, Ala •_ 

Attalla, Ala 

York, Ala 

Brunswick, Ga 

Jesup, Ga 

Sanford, N. C 

Selma, N. C 

Port Norfolk, Va 

Atlanta, Ga 

Augusta, Ga 

Augusta, Ga 

Harrisonburg, Va 

Birmingham, Ala 

Chattanooga, Tenn 

Atlanta, Ga 

Columbus, Ga 

Fort Valley, Ga 

Griffin, Ga 

Savannah, Ga 

Columbia, S. C 

Evansville, Ind 

Oakland, Ind 

Charleston, S. C 

Danville, Ky 

Burgin, Ky 

Georgetown, Ky 

Harriman Jet., Tenn 

Lexington, Ky 

Allendale, S. C 

Greenville, S. C 

Centralia, 111 

Louisville, Ky 

French Lick and West Bladen, 

Durham, N. C 

East St. Louis, 111 

Evansville, Ind 

Goldsboro, N. C 

Macon, Ga 

Mobile, Ala 

Memphis, Tenn 

Louisville, Ky 

Browns, 111 

Jacksonville , Fla 

Louisville, Ky 

Youngstown, Ky 

Cumberland Gap, Tenn 

Anniston, Ala 

Calera, Ala 

Memphis, Tenn 

Meridian, Miss 

Meridian, Miss 

Sheffield, Ala 

Lynchburg, Va 

Bristol, Tenn.-Va 

Burkeville, Va 

Winston-Salem, N. C 



Ind.. 



Name of Lessor. 



Alabama Great Southern R. R 

Alabama Great Southern R. R 

Alabama Great Southern R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R 

Atlanta Terminal Co 

Augusta and Summerville R. R 

Augusta Union Station Co 

Baltimore and Ohio R. R 

Birmingham Terminal Co 

Chattanooga Union Station Co 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Central of Georgia Ry 

Columbia Union Station Co 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 

Chicago & Eastern Illinois R. R 

Charleston Union Station Co 

Cin., New Orleans and Texas Pacific Ry.. 
Cin., New Orleans and Texas Pacific Ry.. 
Cin., New Orleans and Texas Pacific Ry.. 
Cin., New Orleans and Texas Pacific Ry.- 
Cin., New Orleans and Texas Pacific Ry.. 

Charleston and Western Carolina R. R 

Charleston and Western Carolina R. R.- 
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. R. ... 

Central Transfer Ry. and Storage Co 

Chic, Indianapolis and Louisville R. R 

Durham Union Station Co 

East St. Louis Relay Pass. Station Assn._ 

Evansville and Terre Haute R. R 

Goldsboro Union Station Co 

Georgia Southern and Florida Ry 

Gulf Terminal Co 

Illinois Central R. R 

Illinois Central R. R 

Illinois Central R. R 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 

Ky. and Ind. Terminal R. R. Co 

Ky. and Ind. Terminal R. R. Co 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Memphis Union Station Co 

Meridian Terminal Co 

Mobile and Ohio R. R 

Northern Alabama Ry 

Norfolk and Western Ry 

Norfolk and Western Ry 

Norfolk & Western Ry.. 

Norfolk & Western Ry 



Item. 



86.97 

903.57 

165.00 

72.99 

1,441.07 

250.08 

102.72 

90.84 

21,470.28 

478.83 

1,193.05 

1,552.94 

29,551.08 

29,273.61 

3,682.45 

516.56 

300.00 

338.25 

17,458.22 

5,835.84 

2,553.56 

300.00 

5,638.84 

4,995.75 

7.50 

330.00 

81.36 

59.01 

235.80 

19.20 

2,340.65 

163.79 

3,667.83 

3,080.09 

444.92 

576.21 

1,647.91 

1,117.56 

6,350.30 

4,300.00 

20,831.68 

177.00 

6,231.64 

77,602.78 

1.50 

120.00 

7,833.15 

18.00 

6,507.66 

248.16 

1,953.40 

331.97 

2,378.08 

2,378.08 

51.00 

31.39 



SOUTHEKN RAILWAY. 



415 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 
FOR JOINT FACILITIES. 



Location of Property. 


Name of Lessor. 




Item. 


Terminals — Continued. 

Washington, D. C, Freight Station 

Washington, D. C, 7th St. Station 


Phila., Baltimore and Washington R. 
Phila., Baltimore and Washington R. 
Phila., Baltimore and Washington R. 
Savannah Union Station Co 


R.--_ 
R.___ 
R._._ 


$ 8,200.03 

600.00 

30,087.21 




4,601.55 




13,246.92 




Standard Trust Co. of New York 


938.84 


Durham, N. C 




2,252.54 




Safe Deposit and Trust Co., of Baltimore .. 


2,419.65 




128.54 




Standard Trust Co. of New York. . ._ 


33,885.83 




Terminal Railroad Assn. of St. Louis 


2,725.85 




2,223.36 


Washington, D. C. 




99,854.01 














479,558.57 















SUMMARY. 



Total, tracks $ 396,540.45 

Total, yards and terminals 501,903.65 

Grand total 898,444.10 



FOR LEASE OF ROAD. 



Roads Leased. 


Guaranteed 

Interest 
on Bonds. 


Guaranteed 
Dividends 
on Stock. 


Cash. 


Total. 




$ 247,500.00 


$ 119,000.00 


$ 2,500.00 
218,000.00 


$ 369,000.00 




218,000.00 




49,500.00 
78,000.00 




49,500.00 




35,904.00 




113,904.00 




1.00 
286,000.00 


1.00 








286,000.00 




12,600.00 
529,580.00 




12,600.00 






278,470.14 
50,950.88 
79,278.69 
5,515.98 
2,252.19 
7,000.00 


808,050.14 






50,950.88 








79,278.69 








5,515.98 








2,252.19 








7,000.00 










Total 


917,180.00 


154,904.00 


929,968.88 


2,002,052.88 





416 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RENTS PAYABLE— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS RENTS. 



Description. 


Location. 


Lessor. 


Amount. 








$ 1 200 00 






Atlanta Coast Line Ry. Co. 


12,000.00 
2,000.00 




Macon, Ga 




City Council of Augusta 

Clifton Manufacturing Co 

Georgia Midland Terminal Co._ 
Illinois Central Railroad 


2 778 77 




Clifton and Converse, S. C. ._ 
Columbus and Griffin, Ga. __. 


6,000.00 


Terminal facilities 


2,499.96 
1 062 00 


Property 




741 S3 




Peters, William E. & M. S. 1,974.75 




Pacolet Beach, S. C ._ 






East St. Louis, 111. 




1,749 98 








3,335.54 










Total 


36,242.83 











SEPARATELY OPERATED PROPERTIES. 



Name of Property. 


Location. 


Profit. 


Loss. 






$ 233.20 


$ 






177,807.03 








6,322.24 






3,561.88 




Central Transfer Railway and Storage Co. 




366.82 












180,701.01 











SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



417 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

EQUIPMENT LEASED. 



Kind of Equipment. Name of Lessee. 


Number 

of 
Units. 


Amount. 


Rents Accrued Receivable — 
Locomotives 


Southern Ry. Co., in Mississippi 


32 
1 
1 
2 
1 

13 


$ 3,445.25 
1,830.00 




125.00 






5,475.00 




Central Ry. of South Carolina 


148.12 
1.216.59 






2 150.00 






2 2.231.40 






1 
1 
13 


120.00 






46.00 






146.63 








Totals 


69 


14,933.99 









RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount 
Receivable. 


Amount. 
Payable. 




$ 14,933.99 
3,136.916.60 


$ 




2,929,963.77 
190,679.94 










Totals 


3,151,850.59 
31,206.88 


3,120,643.71 


Balance . _ . 







Corp. 2 27 



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EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 



Other officers 

Station agents ... 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen : , 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists : 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

Switch tenders, crossing tenders, and watchmen 

Telegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employes and laborers 

Totals 

Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Transportation expenses 

Outside operations 

Totals 



116 
326 
770 
315 
319 
258 
654 
310 
503 
980 
223 
1,135 
106 
228 
419 



5,662 



1,520 

1,506 

3,634 

2 



J.662 



42,204 
120,916 
281,407 
105,021 
106,609 

94,883 
246,277 

81,960 
145,021 
285,723 

78,356 
339,898 

31,208 

83,742 
122,286 



129,069.67 
227,039.33 
319,899.49 
509,829.83 
276,278.37 
352,794.28 
545,962.66 
278,892.61 
311,906.72 
444,648.95 
152,224.86 
353,450.30 
20,091.73 
205,518.89 
165,709.65 



2,165,511 



4,293,317.34 



485,860 687,815.12 

404,090 898,253.14 

1,274,410 2,705,624.83 

1,151 1,624.25 



3.06 
1.88 
1.14 
4.86 
2.59 
3.72 
2.22 
3.40 
2.15 
1.56 
1.94 
1.04 
.64 
2.45 
1.36 



1.42 
2.22 
2.12 
1.41 



2,165,511 4,293,317.34 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



425 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road. 

Average distance carried, miles 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton, miles 

Total freight revenue... 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic— 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train- mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile... 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train- mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



18,119,253 
786,621,787 
110,979 
43.41 



Revenue and Rates. 



Dollars. 



16,939,811 



Cts. 



20,567,269 

2,901 

1 



27,214,751 
4,206,785,057 
593,506 
154.58 



41,508,300 

1 



13 

44 
4.86 
14.53 
250.04 
24.75 
17.21 
6.60 
7,088.03 



5,856 
2 

63,590,328 

8,971 

1 

43,696,236 

6,164 

1 

19,894,092 

2,806 



Mills. 



4.91 
1.53 



5.10 



5.21 

9.87 



7.16 



9.28 



426 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line-Continued. 



Classification. 



Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 

Freight locomotive miles 

Passenger locomotive miles 

Mixed locomotive miles 

Special locomotive miles 

Switching locomotive miles 



Total revenue locomotive mileage. 



Nonrevenue service locomotive miles. 



Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 

Loaded 

Empty.. 

Caboose 



Total freight car miles. 
Passenger Car Miles — 



Sleeping, parlor, and observation- 
Other passenger train cars 



Total passenger car miles. 



SrEciAL Car Miles — 

Freight— loaded 

Caboose 

Passenger 

Sleeping, parlor, and observation. 
Other passenger train cars 



Item. 



16,799,765 
17,131,728 

1,069,118 
85,715 

7,139,914 



289,553,075 

111,112,445 

15,801,503 



40,403,854 
20,212,474 
26,006,044 



117,874 

9,383 

354,161 

16,877 
73,965 



Total. 



42,226,240 



1,265,563 



416,467,023 



86,622,372 







572,260 











503,661,655 












5,427,033 


Train Mileage— Revenue Service: 


15,767,046 

16,748,420 

1,057,255 

85,715 


• 






















33,658,436 










1,265,563 









SOUTHERN RAILWAY 



427 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 



Xumber 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic — 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue | 4,506,882 ] 

Number of passengers carried one mile 160,667,934 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road , 109,570 

Average distance carried, miles. j 35.65 

Total passenger revenue ; __ 3,550,432 

Average amount received from each passenger ! 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue ! 4,278,966 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road i | 2,918 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile i 1 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 6,824,893 

Number of tons carried one mile 903,062,222 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 615,857 

Average distance haul of one ton, miles 132.32 

Total freight revenue 9,951,039 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile.. 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses I 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile j 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) j 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car- mile 14 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 49 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 5.01 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car- mile.. 12.25 

♦ Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 242.08 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile ... 26.45 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 19.76 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 5.78 

Average mileage operated during year ' 1,466.35 



Dollars. Cts. \ Mills. 



1 
1 

6,786 
2 

14,390,759 

9,814 

2 

8,538,618 

5,823 

1 

5,852,141 

3,990 



7.78 
2.10 



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10 


1.92 


26 




66 


7.64 


95 




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68 




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2.84 


27 




96 





428 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


S 3,689,720 

3,001,714 

347,189 

19,814 

1,215,774 


























. 


8,274,211 












261,787 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car Miles — 


73,696,274 

21,571,239 

3,383,358 




















98,650,871 




7,768,955 
3,709,864 
4,971,263 




















16,450,082 


Special Car Miles- 


29,332 

2,707 
77,727 

2,103 
15,322 




























127,131 












115,228,144 












1,025,054 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service: 


3,386,095 

2,942,538 

344,185 

19,814 
























6,692,632 












261,7*7 









SOUTHERN RAILWAY 



429 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Products of Agriculture — 

Grain 

Flour.. 

Other mill products 

Hay 

Tobacco 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other products of agriculture- 
Totals 



Products of Animals — 

Live stock 

Dressed meats 

Other packing-house products. 

Poultry, game, and fish 

Wool 

Hides and leather. 



Totals. 



Products of Mines — 

Anthracite coal- 

Bituminous coal 

Coke 

Ores.-. 

Stone, sand, and other like articles- 
Other products of mines 



Totals. 



Products of Forests — 
Lumber 

Other products of forests 

Totals 



Manufactures — 

Petroleum and other oils 

Sugar 

Naval stores 

Iron, pig and bloom 

Iron and steel rails 

Other castings and machinery. 
Bar and sheet metal 

Cement, brick and lime 

Agricultural implements 

Wagons, carriages, tools, etc.— 



Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Whole Tons. 


Whole Tons. 


Whole Tons. 


Per Cent. 


327,048 


354,737 


681,785 


2.51 


116,785 


125,887 


242,672 


.89 


104,894 


101,148 


206,042 


.76 


43,836 


80,761 


124,597 


.46 


116,908 


32,707 


149,615 


.55 


564,672 


221,854 


786,526 


2.89 


48,084 


170,489 


218,573 


.80 


551,568 


181,111 


732,679 


2.69 


1,873,795 


1,268,694 


3,142,489 


11.55 


113,085 


38,130 


151,215 


.56 


6,402 


19,912 


26,314 


.10 


17,881 


40,428 


58,309 


.21 


4,909 


7,906 


12,815 


.05 


1,419 


4,936 


6,355 


.02 


25,818 


36,724 


62,542 


.23 


169,514 


148,036 


317,550 


1.17 


12,371 


39,558 


51,929 


.19 


5,535,923 


3,032,135 


8,568,058 


31.48 


346,029 


181,560 


527,589 


1.94 


199,924 


340,119 


540,043 


1.98 


1,251,733 


236,801 


1,488,534 


5.47 


64,765 


13,507 


78,272 


.29 


7,410,745 


3,843,680 


11,254,425 


41.35 


1,520,851 


992,134 


2,512,985 


9.23 


1,292,902 


428,439 


1,721,341 


6.33 


2,813,753 


1,420,573 


4,234,326 


15.56 


190,647 


134,485 


325,132 


1.19 


6,311 


44,332 


50,643 


.19 


26,221 


8,458 


34,679 


.13 


462,439 


140,198 


602,637 


2.21 


53,760 


21,097 


74,857 


.27 


32,385 


52,516 


84,901 


.31 


24,766 


23,102 


47,868 


.17 


866,883 


416,773 


1,283,656 


4.72 


12,616 


20,354 


32,970 


.12 


13,617 


18,440 


32,057 


.12 



430 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line— Continued. 

COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Manufactures — Con tinned — 


Whole Tons. 

35,579 

68,146 

1,377,905 


Whole Tons. 

37,306 

17,857 

607,805 


Whole Tons. 

72,885 

86,003 

1,985,710 


Per Cent. 
.27 




.32 




7.30 






Totals... . .. 


3,171,275 


1,542,723 


4,713,998 


17.32 








1,432,622 
689,212 


706,547 
723,582 


2,139,169 
1,412,794 


7.86 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


5.19 




17,560,916 


9,653,835 


27,214,751 


100.00 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 





Whole Tons. 
96,681 
61,021 
49,958 
24,997 
74,399 
222,322 
81,955 
192,904 


Per Cent. 




1.42 


Flour 


.89 




.73 


Hay . •--- 


.36 




1.09 




3.26 




1.20 




2.83 






Totals 


804,237 


11.78 






Products of Animals— 


25,842 
8,406 

22,191 

6,910 

746 

38,243 


.38 




.12 




.33 




.10 


Wool. 


.01 




.56 






Totals ... 


102,338 


1.50 






Products of Mines — 


15,298 
1,571,447 
10,111 
62,988 
283,800 
41,675 


.22 




23.03 


Coke - 


.15 




.92 




4.16 




.61 






Totals 


1,985,319 


29.09 







SOUTHERX RAILWAY 



431 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Products of Forests — 
Lumber 

Other products of forest? 

Totals 

Manufactures — 

Petroleum and other oils 

Sugar 

Xaval stores 

Iron, pig and bloom 

Iron and steel rails 

Other castings and machinery 

Bar and sheet metal 

Cement, brick, and lime 

Agricultural implements 

Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 

Wines, liquors, and beers 

Household goods and furniture 

Other manufactures 

Totals 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous — 

Other commodities not mentioned above 

Total tonnage — state 



Whole Tons. 


Per Cent. 


863,962 


12.66 


623.941 


9.14 


1,487,903 


21.80 


139,448 


2.04 


13,268 


.19 


4.776 


.07 


91,708 


1.34 


9,658 


.14 


36,533 


.54 


5,182 


.08 


294,021 


4.31 


11,073 


.16 


8,715 


.13 


4,506 


.07 


52,578 


.77 


557,254 


8.17 


1,228,820 


18.01 


754,329 


11.05 


461,947 


6.77 


6,824,893 


100.00 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Xumber Xumber Xumber Xumber 

on Added Retired on 

June 30, During During June 30, 

1911. Year. ! Year. 1912. 



dumber Fitted 
With— 



Train Automatic 
Brake. ; Coupler. 



Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 

Passenger 

Freight 

Switching 

Total locomotives in service,. 

Less locomotives leased 

Total locomotives owned 

Cars — Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 

First-class cars 

Second-class cars 

Combination cars 

Dining cars 

Pari or c ars 



387 18 12 

947 35 23 

212 15 5 



393 
959 

222 



393 
959 
222 



393 
959 

222 



1,546 


68 


40 


1.574 


1,574 


1,574 


149 ... 
1,397 


68 


40 


149 
1,425 


149 
1.425 


149 
1,425 



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35 


6 


477 


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477 


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4 


82 


82 | 


82 


131 


10 


3 


138 


138 


138 


20 


5 




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25 


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8 


8 


8 



432 



N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line— Continued. 





Number 

on 

June 30,' 

1911. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 
Retired 
During 
Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1912. 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Item. 


Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Cars — Owned or Leased — Con.: 
In Passenger Service — 
Baggage, express, and postal cars. 
Other cars in passenger service 


345 

4 


34 
1 


19 


360 
5 


360 
5 


360 
5 






Totals -- 


1,042 


85 


32 


1,095 


1,095 

28,122 

1,927 

729 

19,600 
323 
111 


1,095 




In Freight Service— 


28,011 

1,907 

749 

19,946 
332 
129 


1,111 
253 


953 

162 

17 

1,976 

9 

18 


28,169 

1,998 

732 

19,688 
323 
111 


28,169 




1,998 




732 




1,716 


19,688 




323 


Other cars in freight service 




111 






Totals .. 


51,074 


3,082 


3,135 


. 51,021 


50,812 


51,021 






In Company's Service — 


19 

9 

27 

763 

1,157 






19 

7 

28 

717 

1,289 


19 

7 

28 

604 

1,035 


19 






2 
1 

58 
63 


7 




2 

12 
195 


28 




717 




1,289 






Totals -- 


1,975 


209 


124 


2,060 


1,693 


2,060 








54,091 


3,376 


3,291 


54,176 


53,600 


54,176 








3,412 




200 


3,212 


3,212 


3,212 










50,679 


3,376 


3,091 


50,964 


50,388 


50,964 







EQUIPMENT OWNED OR LEASED NOT IN SERVICE OF THE RESPONDENT. 



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37 


37 








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18 


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18 

1 

13 


18 

1 

13 


18 




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5 


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32 


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State 



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Main Line. 



Branches 
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Total 
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Rails, 
Steel. 



Virginia 

North Carolina- 
South Carolina- 
Georgia 

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Mississippi 

Tennessee. 

Illinois-.. -. 



414.88 
239.70 
321.71 
474.09 
610.61 



382.57 
146.71 



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351.80 

*45.13 

178.93 

210.77 

37.82 

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10.40 



621.92 
591.50 
366.84 
653.02 
821.38 
37.82 
674.78 
157.11 



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2,590.27 



4,334.10 



3,924.37 



621.92 
591.50 
366.84 
653.02 
821.38 
37.82 
674.78 
157.11 



3,924.37 



*The difference in mileage of 33.48 is: Mileage of line between Orange, Va., and Gor- 
donsville, Va., owned by Southern Railway Company, but leased to and operated by 
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company 9.40 

Mileage of line between Anderson, S. C, and Belton, S. C, owned by Southern Rail- 
way Company, but leased to and operated by the Blue Ridge Railway Company 9.98 

Mileage of line between Bulls Gap, Tenn., and Rogersville, Tenn., owned by Southern 
Railway Company, but leased to and operated by the Virginia and Southwestern Railway 
Company ' 14.10 

Total 33.48 



436 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— Entire Line. 



New Rails Laid During Year. 


New Ties Laid During Year. 


Kind. 


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Weight 

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Average 

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Average 

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Steel 


3.780 
39,314.1412 


75 

85 


32.37 
29.88 


Oak 


2,839,902 

532,025 

68,629 

759 

74 

92 

70 


47.6 


Steel . 


Pine 


41.1 






41.0 






24.6 






24.7 




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50.0 
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Totals 




Total steel . 


39,318 




29.88 


3,441,551 


44.7 









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Locomotives. 


Coal, 
Bitumi- 
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Total Fuel 

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Tons. 


Miles Run. 


Average 

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Consumed 

Per Mile. 


Revenue Service — 
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1,779,053 

916,366 

63,310 

2,500 

358,697 

54,609 


1,779,053 

916,366 

63,310 

2,500 

358,697 

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16,799,765 
17,131,728 
1,069,118 
85,715 
7,139,914 
1,265,563 


211.79 




106.98 




118.43 


Special _ _ 


58.33 


Switching 

Nonrevenue service 


100.48 
86.30 






Totals 


3,174,535 


3,174,535 


43,491,803 


145.98 








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ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY 



437 



ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 




Official Address. 



President 

General Manager 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



J. F. Hayes 

E. H. Coapman 
R. D. Lankford. 
H. C. Ansley—. 
A. H. Plant 



Brevard, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
New York, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. F. Hayes, Brevard, N. C; R. D. Lankford, New York, N. Y. 
C. E. A. McCarthy, New York, N. Y.; W. S. Townsend, New York, N. Y. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



From 


To 


Miles. 


N. C. 


Total. 




Glenn's Creek, N. C _. 


2.18 
2.26 


} 4.44 


Craggy, N. C. 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Taxes paid, N. C 



24,200.00 

10,708.00 

18,987.22 

8,401.43 

5,100.00 

2,256.63 

10,658.06 

4,735.44 

3,192.09 

1,543.35 

1,066.54 

718.94 

4,722.99 

1,063.53 

12.45 

258.52 



Number general officers, 6; engine men, 1; conductors, 1; other trainmen, 1; section foremen, 1 
other trackmen, 7; total, 17. 



438 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ASHEVILLE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 




H. W. Miller 




Treasurer 


H. C. Ansley 






A. H. Plant 


Washington, D. C. 









DIRECTORS 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C. 
H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C; H. C. Ansley, Washington, D. C; J. F. Hays, Brevard, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



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Miles. 


N. C. 


Total. 


Asheville, N. C. 


Glenns Creek, N. C 


2.18 


2.18 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock. __ 

Capital stock, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 



60,000.00 
27,522.93 
37,363.92 
17,139.41 
17,139.41 



Note.— Net operating revenues, etc., included in report of Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway 



ATLANTA AND CHAELOTTE AIR LINE RAILWAY 



439 



ATLANTA AND CHARLOTTE AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




Charles S. Fairchild 

Chas. S. Fairchild 

Geo. F. Canfield 


49 Wall St., N. Y. 




49 Wall St., N Y. 




49 Wall St., N. Y. 




Harlan F. Stone. .._. .. . 


49 Wall St., N. Y. 




John W. Platten 


55 Cedar St., N. Y. 




Wilmer, Canfield & Stone.. 


49 Wall St., N. Y. 







DIRECTORS. 

Chas. S. Fairchild, 10 W. 8th St., New York City; Hiram W. Silby, Triangle Bldg., Rochester, N. 
Y.; Herbert L. Griggs, 48 Wall St., New York City; Robt. L. Harrison, 59 Wall St., New York City; 
John W. Platten, 55 Cedar St., New York City; John A. Middleton, 143 Liberty St., New York City; 
Geo. F. Canfield, 49 Wall St., New York City; Harlan F. Stone, 49 Wall St., New York City; Henry 
Parish, Jr., 52 Wall St., New York City; Morea Delano, 59 Wall St., New York City; Edwin W. Lan- 
caster, 10 Wall St., New York City; Geo. M. Cummings, 49 Wall St., New York City. 



ROAD OPERATED- State of North Carolina 



From Charlotte, N. C, to State Line, South Carolina (miles). 



48.18 



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Name. 


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The Atlanta & Charlotte 
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Charlotte, N. C. 




263.08 









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Total 

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Total 

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17,000 


$ 100.00 


$ 1,700,000 


$ 1,700,000 


$ 1,700,000 


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$ 119,000 




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443 



ATLANTIC AND DANVILLE RAILWAY COMPANY. 





OFFICERS. 




Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






London, Eng. 






Norfolk, Va. 









DIRECTORS 

B. Newgrass, London, Eng.; John F. Rison, Danville, Va.; J. W. Perry, Norfolk, Va.; John W. 
Carter, Danville, Va.; Walter C. Archer, Norfolk, Va.; A. B. Carrington, Danville, Va.; John T. 
Griffin, Portsmouth, Va., S. M. Lehman, New York, N. Y.; Robt. Hoskins, Richmond, Va. 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock . _ __ 


$2,180,000.00 


Capital stock, per mile... ... 


7,825.00 


Funded debt . .. .. 


5,450,000.00 


Funded debt, per mile 


19,562.00 


Cost of road .. .. 


7,607,984.35 




27,395.43 




36,820.25 




132.58 


Cost of road and equipment, per mile 


27,528.01 



Note. — Operating revenue, etc., included in report by Southern Railway Company, leeses of road. 
Employees: Number — General officers, 3. 



444 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY COMPANY. 







OFFICERS. 




Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 


President .__ 




Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 






Secretary _. ... _ 


H. W. Miller 


Treasurer.. . . 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 


Auditor . 


A. H. Plant . 







DIRECTORS. 

Thos. A. Hunter, Greensboro, N. C; J. C. Watkins, Greensboro, N. C.; C. H. Ireland, Greens- 
boro, N. C.; J. Van Lindley, Greensboro, N. C.; W. H. Osborn, Greensboro, N C.; J.F.Jordan, 
Greensboro, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED AND OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Name. 


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Miles of 
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Name of Lessee. 


From— 


To— 


Atlantic and Yadkin 
Railway Company .. 


Mt. Airy, N. C.„. 

Climax, N. C 

Stokesdale, N,C 


Sanford, N. C 

Ramseur, N. C — 
Madison, N. C 


130.95 
18.74 
11.39 


Operated by Southern 
Railway Co., through 
ownership of securities. 




161.08 









MILEAGE. 







Line Owned. 




State. 


Main Line. 


Branches 
and Spurs. 


Total. 


North Carolina . _ ... . 


130.95 


30.13 


161.08 







ATLANTIC AND YADKIN RAILWAY 



445 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION, 



Account. 


Total Par 

Value 
Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per Mile of Line. 
Miles. Amount. 




$ 1,000,000 
1,500,000 


$ 1,000,000 
1,500,000 


161.08 
161.08 


$ 6,208 


Funded debt .. _. - 


9,312 






Total 


2,500,000 


2,500,000 


161.08 


15,520 







SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT 

Account. 

Investment to June 30, 1907._ 

Investment since June 30, 1907 _ 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 

*Included in report of Southern Railway Company. 



Amount. 



$2,500,000.00 



2,500,000.00 
15,520.24 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 





$ 69,222.01 










69,222.01 












$ 69,222.01 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 


60,000.00 
6,405.97 
















66,405.97 










2,816.04 








Balance for year carried forward to credit of profit 
and loss „ .. ... . 


2,816.04 









"Gross income from lease of road is included in operating income of Southern Railway Company. 



446 



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N. C. COEPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 




H. W. Miller 


Treasurer _ ._ __ . . 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 




A. H. Plant 







DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrew?, Rabigh, N. C, L. A. Mahler, Raleigh, N. C; D. E. Everett, Raleigh, N. C; Gra- 
ham H. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



From 


To 


Miles. 


N. C. 


Total. 


Bushnell, N. C. . 




13.9 


13.9 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock f 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debtf 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of roadf 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 



60,000.00 

2,305.00 

693,000.00 

26,623.00 
677,270.62 

26,018.85 

26,018.85 



Operating revenue, etc., included in report of Southern Railway Company. 
fThe mileage used represents approximate miles of line when complete and entire line 
open for operation: 

In operation ' 13. 90 miles 

Under construction 12.13 miles 



26.03 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY 



449 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



\ = 

Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 




Then. Parker 






C. D. Mackay . 


Raleigh, N. C. 




C. L. Booth 






A. H. Plant. 






T. B. Cowper 











DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. B.. Sparrow, Martinsville, Va.; C. N. Freeman, Raleigh, N. C; 
Pannill Rucker, Martinsville, Va.; J. P. Swanson, Danville, Va.; W. G. Lee, Spartanburg, S. C; R. 
A. Schoolfield, Danville, Va.; J. H. Rangeley, Stuart, Va.; J. I. Pritchett, Danville, Va.; Samuel 
Hairston, Oak Hill, Va.; B. Frank Mebane, Spray, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 





To 


Miles. 


From 


N. C. 


Total. 








5. 








70.37 




Leaksville, N. C 


7.63 


7.63 








83.00 



Corp. 2 29 



450 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile. 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid, North Carolina 



368,600.00 


4,725.64 


2,297,773.75 


29,458.64 


1,773,495.21 


22,737.12 


161,825.98 


2,074.69 


24,811.81 


303,258.05 


172,298.30 


130,959.75 


3,653.71 


2,075.88 


222,446.53 


77,719.88 


2,680.07 


122,878.00 


936.38 


3,091.64 


.02,791 


569.38 



Employees: Number — General officers, 6; office clerks, 8; station agents, 20; other station men, 
21; enginemen, 4; firemen, 4; conductors, 6; other trainmen, 12; machinists, 7; carpenters, 12; other 
shopmen, 19: telegraph operators, 5; section foremen, 8; other trackmen, 70; other employees, 14; 
total, 216. 



HIGH POINT, EANDIEMAS, ASHEBORO AND SOUTHERN 



451 



HIGH POINT, RANDLEMAN. ASHESORO. AND 
SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



A. B. Andrews 
H. B. Spencer. 
H. W. Miller... 
H. C. Ansley.. 
A. H. Plant... 



Raleigh, N. C. 
Washington, D. C. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. E. Williams, Worthville, N. C; W. G. Bradshaw, High Point, 
N. C; R. F. Dalton, High Point, N. C; J. Elwood Cox, High Point. N. C; W. H. Ragan, High Point, 
N. C; F. M. Pickett, High Point, N. C; W. P. Wood, Raleigh, N. C; J. E. Walker, Asheboro, N. C; 
P. H. Morris, Asheboro, N. C; F. J. Finch, Trinity, N. C; J. S. McAlister, Spray, N. C; A. N. Bulla, 
Randleman, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 





Termini. 


Miles 




Name. 


From 


To 


of Line. 


Name of Lessee. 


High Point, Randle- 
man, Asheboro and 
Southenn Railroad 


High Point, N. C. 


Asheboro, N. C... 


26.80 






Railway Company by 
virtue of ownership of 
majority of capital 
stock and all of the 
funded debt of this 










company. 



452 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



MILEAGE 



State. 



Line Owned, 
Main Line. 



North Carolina. 



26.80 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 


Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 

Par Value 

Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 




4,998 


$ 50.00 


$ 249,900 


$ 249,900 


$ 249,900 






Purpose of the Issue. 


Total 
Number 
of Shares 

Out- 
standing. 


Issued for construction of new prope 




4,998 













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SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 

Account. 

Investment to June 30, 1907 — Road 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Total- 

Cost per mile of line 

"Included in report of Southern Railway Company. 



Amount. 



$ 651,900.00 



651,900.00 



24,324.63 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 







$ 39,812.02 










39,812.02 
878.39 




Other Income — 
Interest on other securities, loans and accounts 


$ 878.39 




















$ 40,690.41 






24,120.00 
12,563.93 




Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 












Total deductions from gross corporate income 




36,683.93 










4,006.48 










Balance for year carried forward to credit of profit 


4,006.48 











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NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD 



457 



NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Stagville, N. C. 




A. H. Eller 

Frank R. McNinch. 


Burlington, N. C. 




Charlotte, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Bennehan Cameron, Stagville, N. C; Wm. E. Holt, Lexington, N. C; Hugh MacRae, Wilmington, 
N. C; T. S. Fleshman, Kernersville, N. C; R. L. Holt, Burlington, N. C; S. C. Penn, Reidsville, N. C; 
N. B. McCanless, Salisbury, N. C; C. C. Hargrave, LexingtoD, N. C; A. E. Smith, Mount Airy, N. C.J 
Jno. W. Graham, Hillsboro, N. C; J. D. Elliott, Hickory, N. C; Alexander Webb, Raleigh, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles 


From— 


To- 


of Line. 


North Carolina " Railroad 
Company- 


Goldsboro, N. C 


Charlott.fi. N. C. 


221.65 




Caraleigh Junction.. 


| 


1.90 










223.55 









458 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MILEAGE. 





Line Owned. 


State. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 
and Spurs. 


Total. 


North Carolina 


221.65 
$ 


1.90 


223.55 







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Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
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Par 

Value 
of One 

Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 


Dividends 

Declared During 

the Year. 




Rate. 


Amount. 




40,000 


$ 100.00 


$ 4,000,000 


$ 4,000,000 


$ 4,000,000 


7% 


$280,000.00 







Purpose of the Issue. 1 


Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding. 


Total Cash 
Realized. 




40,000 


$ 4,000,000 







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SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount, 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — road and equipment 

Total 

Cost per mile of line... 



$4,975,627.53 



4,975,627.53 



22,257.34 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Gross income from lease of road _ . 


$ 


$ 286,000.00 
8,503.07 






5,095.93 
3,407.14 














277,496.93 
4,520.38 




Othek Income — 


1,042.78 

746.66 

2,730.94 




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$ 282,017.31 




280,000.00 






Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 




280,000.00 






Balance for year carried forward to credit of profit 






2,017.31 











XORTH CAROLINA MIDLAND RAILROAD 



461 



NORTH CAROLINA MIDLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

Vice President. 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 



A. B. Andrews I Raleigh, N. C. 

H. B. Spencer \ Washington, D. C. 

H. W. Miller ! Atlanta, Ga. 

H. C. Ansley Washington, D. C. 

A. H. Plant Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, X. C; C. R. McNeely, Mooresville, N. C; J. F. Brawley, Mooresville, N. 
C; F. M. Johnson, Mocksville, N. C; J. Locke Erwin, Concord, N. C; W. A. Bailey, Advance, N. C; 
H. E. Fries, Salem, N. C; J. W. Fries, Salem, N. C; G. W. Hinshaw, Winston, N. C.; R. J. Reynolds, 
Winston, X. C.; H. G. Chatham, Winston, X. C; R. H. Hanes, Winston, X. C; R. I. Dalton, Winston, 
X. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Xame. 


Termini. 


Miles 
of Line. 


Xame of Lessee. 


From — 


To— 


Xorth Carolina Mid- 
land Railroad Co... 


Mooresville, X. C. 


Winston-Salem, 
X. C 


53.52 


Operated by Southern 
Railway through own- 
ership of majority of 
capital stock. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Xumber 
Of Shares 
Author- 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Xot Held by 

Respondent. 


Dividends 

Declared During 

the Year. 




ized. 


Rate. 


Amount. 




* 


* 


S 924,000 


S 924,000 


3% 


$ 27,720.00 







Purpose of the Issue. 


Total 
Xumber of 

Shares 
Outstanding. 


Total Cash 
Realized. 




9,240 









*250 shares per mile of road. Issued at rate of $25,000 per mile. 



462 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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Account. 



Amount, 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — Road 

Investment since June 30, 1907 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 

*Included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



$1,725,000.00 



1,725,000.00 



32,230. 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 





$ 79,278.69 










79,278.69 










$ 79,278.69 




48,060.00 




Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 












48,060.00 










31,218.69 








Balance for year carried forward to credit of 


31,218.69 









PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1911. 




$ 26,386.20 






31,218.69 




$ 616.11 

27,720.00 
29,268.78 




Deductions for Year — 


57,604.89 


Dividends declared — on common stock — 3% declared Dec. 6, 1911, pay- 
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57,604.89 





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NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 






New York, N. Y. 




H. C. Ansley 











DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. S. Cuningham, Cuningham, N. C; J. M. Currin, Oxford, N. 
C; R. L. Dibbrell, Danville, Va.; W. W. Finley, Washington, D. C; C. N. Freeman, Raleigh, N.C.; 
H. B. Spencer, Washington, D. C; C. N. Johnston, Charlotte, N. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga. 

ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles 
of Line. 


Name of Lessee. 


From — 


To— 


North & South Caro- 
lina Railroad Co 


State Line, Va 


Mines, N. C 


4.45 


Operated by Southern 
Railway Co., through 
ownership of securities. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 


Par 
Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 




500 


$ 100.00 


$ 50,000 


$ 50,000 

4 


$ 50,000 







Purpose of the Issue. 



Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding. 



Issued for reorganization. 



500 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Investment to June 30, 1907— Road. 
Investment since June 30, 1907 



Net total 

Cost per mile of line- 



Amount, 
Entire Line. 



$ 112,211. 



112,211. 



25,215.97 



♦Included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY CAROLINA DIVISION 



467 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— CAROLINA DIVISION. 



OFFICERS. 





Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




A. B. Andrews. 

H. B. Spencer. 

H. W. Miller 

H. C. Ansley.... 

A. H. Plant 


Raleigh, N. C. 




Washington, D. C. 






Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 







DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; W W. Finley, Washington, D. C; Jos. G. Brown, Raleigh, N. C; 
J. Caldwell Robertson, Columbia, S. C; J. P. Matthews, Columbia, S. C; Wilie Jones, Columbia, 
S. C; J. J. Seibels, Columbia, S. C; C. Fitzsimons, Columbia, S. C; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; 
J. W. Smith, Raleigh, N. C; J. D. Newsom, Raleigh, N. C; C. D. Mackay, Raleigh, N. C; Jas. H. 
Pou, Raleigh, N. C; C. N. Freeman, Raleigh, N. C; Thomas Barrett, Jr., Augusta, Ga. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles of 
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Name of 


From — 


To— 


Lessee. 


Southern Ry.— Carolina 
Div 


Cayce, S. C 

Alston, S. C. 

Spartanburg Jet., 
S. C. 

Charleston, S. C. 
Branchville, S. C... 

Kingsville, S. C 

Perry, S. C... 


Hardeeville 

Spartanburg 

Biltmore, N. C. ... 
Augusta, Ga. 


128. 63 
67.93 

65.90 
136.92 

66.30 

208. 50 

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Marion, N. C 


[.So. Ry. 




Blacksburg, S. C... 




10.50 








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15.81 
42.10 

16.70 






Karolin, S. C 

Sumter Jet., S. C. 


Immaculate Mines. . 




Transylvania R. R 








Atlantic Coast Line R. R. — 


Hardeeville, S. C— Central Jet., Ga 








Total 


774.73 






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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED— By States. 







Line Owned. 




State. 


Main 
Line. 


Branches 
and Spurs. 


Total. 


North Carolina 


106.05 

567. 27 

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106. 05 




41. 75 


609. 02 




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674. 18 


41.75 


715.93 







RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per Mile 
of Line. 




Miles. 


Amount. 




$ 4,176,200 
11,359,500 


$ 4,176,200 
11,359,500 


715.93 
715. 93 


$ 5,833 




15,867 






Total 


15,535,700 


15,535,700 


715.93 


21,700 







SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount, 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 

Road 

Equipment 

Investment since June 30, 1907- -- 

Total 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr... 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 

•Included in report of Southern Railway Co 



$15,687,565.47 
631,406.19 
485,633.05 



16,804,604.71 



16,804,604.71 
22,168.74 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY CAROLINA DIVISION 



469 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 





$ 


$ 807 950. 14 












807,950.14 
100. 00 




Other Income — 
Interest accrued on funded debt owned or controlled 


100. 00 




















$ 808,050.14 






25,000.00 
507,880.00 




Deductions from Gross Corporate Income— 




















532,880.00 










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275, 170. 14 










Balance for year carried forward to credit of 


275, 170. 14 











PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1911 




$ 310,117.76 






275,170.14 




$ 306, 243. 90 
279, 044. 00 




Dividends Declared— 
On common stock— $7.333076 per share declared on Feb. 21, 1912; pay- 
able on March 1, 1912 


585,287.90 


Balance credit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet 










585,287.90 





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473 



STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD. 



(FINANCIAL REPORT.) 
Operating Revenues Included in Report of Southern Railway Company. 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






Raleigh, N. C. 




H. W. Miller. 

H. C. Ansley 




Treasurer 


Washington, D. C. 



Auditor.. I A. H. Plant. 



Washington, D. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

E. B. Barbee, Raleigh, N. C; K. P. Battle, Chapel Hill, N. C; J. S. Carr, Durham, N. C; W. A. 
Erwin, Durham, N. C; J. C. Kilgo, Durham, N. C; J. H. Southgate, Durham, N. C; E. P. Venable, 
Chapel Hill, N. C; J. H. Pratt, Chapel Hill, N. C; A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



From University to Chapel Hill, N. C. (miles). 



Southern Railway operates through ownership of a majority of the capital stock. 



10.20 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
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Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 




313 


$ 100.00 


$ 31,300 


$ 31,300 


$ 31,300 







Purpose of the Issue. 



Issued for construction of new properties. 



Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding 



313 



474 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 





Account. 


Amount, 
Entire Line. 




$ 31,300.00 




* 










31,300.00' 




3,068.62: 







INCOME ACCOUNT. 





$ 12,296.20 
12,296.20 
















$ 12,296.20 


Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 


9,867.33 












9,867.33 










2,428.87 










2,428.87 









Included in report of Southern Railway Co. 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



475 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Auditor 

Assistant Auditor 
Superintendent... 



Name. 



A. B. Andrews. 
H. B. Spencer. 
H. W. Miller... 
H. C. Ansley.. 
A. H. Plant.... 
E. T. Jones.. .. 
Edwin Luckett 



Official Address. 


Raleigh, N. 


C. 




Washington, 


D. 


C. 


Atlanta, Ga 






Washington, 


D. 


C. 


Washington, 


D. 


c. 


Washington, 


D. 


c. 


Cornelia, Ga 







DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C.; Hamilton McWhorter, Athens, Ga.; Edwin Luckett, Cornelia, Ga.; 
J. T. Peyton, Cornelia, Ga.; H. W. Miller, Atlanta, Ga.; C. D. Mackay, Raleigh, N. C; John R. White 
Athens, Ga.; Billups Phinizy, Athens, Ga.; C. N. Freeman, Raleigh, N. C. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 





Termini. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From— 


To-- 


Each Class 
of Road 
Named. 


Tallulah Falls Railway Co. 




Franklin, N. C 


58.00 











ROAD OPERATED— State o! North Carolina. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

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Each Road 

Named. 


Name. 


From — 


To- 


Tallulah Falls Railway Co. 




Franklin, N. C.-.. 


14.50 













476 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 


Par 

Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Held by • 

Respondent 

in Treasury. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

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2,500 
2,500 


$ 100.00 
100.00 


$ 250,000 
250,000 


$ 200,000 
127,500 


$ 


$ 200,000 




4,100 


123,400 






Totals 


5,000 




500,000 


327,500 


4,100 


323,400 








Purpose of the Issue. 


Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding. 


Total Cash 
Realized. 


Remarks. 


Issued for purchase of railway or 
other property 


2.000 


No record 




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1,000 

275 


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Amount. 




$ 327,500 
1,519,000 


$ 327,500 
1,519,000 


58.00 
58.00 


$ 5 647 




26.190 






Totals 


1,846,500 


1,846,500 


58.00 


31 837 







DISCOUNT ON SECURITIES. 





Net Amount of Discount. 


Class of Bond or Obligation. 


Total 


Charged 
to Income 

or Profit 
and Loss. 




$ 200.00 


$ "200.00 







RECEIVERS' CERTIFICATES. 



Date Issued. 



April 15, 1908.. 
Aug. 3, 1908... 
Aug. 7, 1908— 
Sept. 15, 1908.. 

Totals 



Amount 
Issued. 



852,600.00 
2,200.00 
7,500.00 
2,500.00 



64,800.00 



Principal, 
Amount 

Paid 
During 

the Year. 



$25,000.00 
2,200.00 
7,500.00 
2,500.00 



37,200.00 



Interest. 



Rate. 



6% 



Amount 
Accrued 
During 

the Year, 
Charged 

to Income. 



11.74 
45.00 
31.25 



87.99 



Amount 

Paid 

During 

the ^ear. 



11.74 
45.00 
31.25 



87.99 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



479 



EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— Entire Line. 



Account. 



From 
Special 
Appropria- 
tions. 



Property 
Retired 
or Con- 
verted. 



Total. 



Right of way and station grounds... 
Track fastenings and appurtenances 

Ballast 

Fencing right of way 

Shop machinery and tools 

Equipment 

Totals 



75.75 
695.60 
142.31 

50.22 

785.75 
65.55 



" 825. 00 



75.75 
695.60 
142.31 

50.22 
785.75 
*759.45 



1,815.18 



825.00 



1.18 



*Credit. 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since Juna 30, 1907— Entire Line. 




Account. 


Expenditures 
for Additions 
and Better- 
ments 
During Year. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1911. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1912. 


Road — 
Right of way and station grounds... .. 


$ 75.75 


$ 1,323.61 

25.00 

*88.37 

1,068.06 

2,288.40 


$ 1,399.36 




25.00 


Bridges, trestles, and culverts. .. 




*88.37 


Rails .. . .. 




1,068.06 


Track fastenings and other material . 


695.60 
142.31 

50.22 


2,984.00 


Ballast .. _ .... .. 


142.31 




82.82 
67.32 
114.40 
167.86 
233.81 
828.12 
440,574.59 


133.04 


Interlocking and other signal apparatus. . ... 


67.32 






114.40 




785.75 


953.61 




233.81 






828.12 




440,574.59 








Totals. 


1,749.63 


446,685.62 


448,435.25 






Equipment — 
Steam locomotives. ... 


65.55 
*825.00 


*5,442.10 

2,728.95 

*734.85 

142.01 


*5,376.55 


Passenger-train cars.. . ... 


1,903.95 


Freight-train cars ..... 


*734.85 


Work equipment.. ... 




*142.01 








Totals 


*759.45 


*3,590.01 


*4,349.46 






General Expenditures — 
Interest and commissions. .... .. .... 




50,883.56 
*22.53 


50,883.56 


Other expenditures- ... ... .. _ ___ _ 


*22.53 








Totals 




50,861.03 


50,861.03 








Recapitulation. 
Road 


1,749.63 
"759.45 


446,685.62 
*3,590.01 
50,861.03 


448,435.25 
*4,349.46 
50,861.03 


Equipment 


General expenditures 








Totals — entire line 


990.18 


493,956.64 


494,946.32 







'Credit. 



480 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount — 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 
Road. 

Equipment - 

Investment since June 30, 1907. 

Total. 

Reserve for accrued depreciation — Cr 

Net total 

Cost per mile of line 



$ 1,090 288.54 

41,307.24 

494,946.82 



1,626,542.60 
4,024.17 



1,622,518.43 
27,974.46 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 


$ 134,246.07 
95,653.09 


$ 38,592.98 


























38,592.98 
4,013.00 




















$ 34,579.98 


Other Income — 


56.00 


56.00 

12.45 

276.00 






























344-. 45 












34,924.43 








Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 


7,407.80 


7,407.80 
73,783.33 
2,171.37 






























83,362.50 




j 






48,438.07 


Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 
Dividends declared: 


1,815.18 


1,815.18 














1,815.18 




| 


Balance for year carried forward to debit of profit 


50,253.25 









TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



481 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 



Debit. 



Credit. 



Balance debit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet- 



Balance June 30, 1911 - - 

Balance for year brought forward from income account . 

Extinguishment of discount on securities 

Deductions for Year — 

Purchase of miscellaneous old claims which accrued during receiver- 
ship 

Personal injury claim October 1908 



349,433.59 

50,253.25 

200.00 



244.90 
1,500.00 



401,631.74 



$ 401,631.74 



401,631.74 



OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire 
Line, Total 
Revenues. 



State ot North 
Carolina. 

Total 
Revenues. 



Revenue from Transportation — 
Freight revenue.. 

Passenger revenue 

Excess baggage revenue 

Mailrevenue. 

Express revenue 

Other passenger-train revenue. 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Switching revenue 

Special service train revenue 

Miscellaneous transportation revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 

Revenue from Operations Other Than Transportation — 

Station and train privileges 

Storage— freight 

Storage — baggage 

Car service 

Telegraph and telephone service 

Miscellaneous 

Total revenue from operations other than transportation ... 

Total operating revenues 



69,757.18 



50,882.53 

478.11 

3,253.62 

2,844.25 

16.80 



57,475.31 



363.00 | 

2,691.99 I 

28.00 . 



7,807. 



5,459.53 

80.34 

813.40 

711.05 



7,064.32 



48.00 
160.63 



130,315.48 


15,080.56 


173.35 

155.55 

.75 

649.00 

2,937.69 

14.25 


43.33 

79.34 

.75 

167. CO 

444. £4 




3,930.59 


735.36 


134,246.07 


15,815.92 



Corp. 



-31 



482 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SECURITIES OWNED— Stocks. 
NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 





Unpledged. 


Name of Corporation and Security. 


Total Par 
Value. 


Cost or 
Book 
Value. 


Railway companies — inactive — 
Blue Ridge & Atlanta R. R. Co 


$350,000.00 
260.00 


$ 1.00 


Other than railway companies — inactive — 


260.00 







SUMMARY OF SECURITIES OWNED. 

NOT HELD IN SINKING OR OTHER FUNDS. 



Kind of Security. 



Par Value. 



Stocks — 
Stocks of respondent "in treasury" and "pledged as collateral 

Stocks of railway companies — inactive 

Stocks of other than railway companies— inactive 

Total 

Miscellaneous Securities — 
Miscellaneous securities of railway companies — inactive 



4,100 

350,000 

260 



354,360 



2,000 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 



Entire 

Line 

Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 

Superintendence 

Ballast 

Ties 

Rails 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Over and under grade crossings 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs. 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Roadway tools and supplies 

Injuries to persons 

Stationery and printing 

Total— maintenance of way and structures 



$ 2,045.79 $ 

169.32 .. 

4,728.99 

86.78 

172.14 



15,247.91 
2.65 
30.12 
175.73 
512.03 
106.42 
53.70 
44.14 



32,441.91 



511.26 



1,323.50 

122.10 

31.04 

2,237.33 

80.78 



43.91 

314.00 

23.51 



11.04 



4,698.47 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



483 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire 

Line 

Amount. 



State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 



Maintenance of Equipment — 
Superintendence 

Steam locomotives — repairs 

Steam locomotives — renewals 

Steam locomotives — depreciation.. 

Passenger-train cars — repairs 

Passenger-train cars — renewals 

Passenger-train cars — depreciation. 

Freight-train cars — repairs 

Freight-train cars — depreciation — 

Work equipment— repairs 

Work equipment — depreciation 

Shop machinery and tools 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 



Total— maintenance of equipment. 



Teaffic Expenses— 

Superintendence 

Advertising 

Industrial and immigration bureaus- 
Stationery and printing 



Totals — traffic expenses. 



Transportation Expenses — 

Superintendence 

Dispatching trains 

Station employees 

Weighing and car-service associations- 
Station supplies and expenses 

E ngine h ouse e xpe nses — yard 

Road engine men.. 

Enginehouse expenses — road 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Other supplies for road locomotives... 

Road trainmen , 

Train supplies and expenses 

Clearing wrecks 

Telegraph and telephone — operation.. 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Loss and damage — freight 

Loss and damage — baggage 

Damage to property 

Damage to stock on right of way 

Injuries to persons 



Totals — transportation expenses. 



531.41 

993.97 

540.50 

331.32 

582.56 

448.07 

287.28 

461.99 

98.58 

2.18 

84.29 

45.20 

46.90 

.95 



18,455.20 



1,000.77 
45.00 
26.29 
187.57 



1,259.63 



,085.97 
836.78 

,611.33 

38.54 

222.16 

13.50 

,818.81 
2.76 

,852.92 

108.25 

172.34 

62.05 

,309.91 
460.37 
718.89 
354.02 
908.42 
164.68 
528.56 
12.15 
746.08 
670.75 
625.09 



37,324.33 



632.72 

498.90 

,635.04 

82.80 

145.52 

362.02 

71.78 

104.92 

24.59 

.54 

21.02 

10.12 

11.74 

.24 



4,601.95 



250.09 

11.25 

3.75 

43.43 



312.52 



270.78 

209.19 

1,811.00 

9.64 

33.16 

3.37 

1,176.67 

.69 

2,933.59 

27.09 

43.02 

15.49 

1,068.73 

114.32 



64.49 
227.49 

28.76 

103.50 

.04 



125.00 
1.00 



8,267.02 



484 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 



Account. 



Entire 
Line 

Amount. 



State of 

North 
Carolina, 
Amount. 



General Expenses— 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants 

General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses 

Totals — general expenses 

Recapitulation of Expenses — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Tot.al operating expenses 

Ratio of operating expenses to operating revenues, per cent 



1,578.75 

1,947.88 

134.04 

1,351.00 

907.65 

225.09 

27.61 



71.25 



495.90 
385.75 

34.18 
324.54 
142.58 

56.23 
5.56 



6,172.02 


1,444.74 


32,441.91 
18,455.20 

1,259.63 
37,324.33 

6,172.02 


4,698.47 
4,601.95 
312.52 
8,267.02 
1,444.74 


95,653.09 


19,324.70 



122.19 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 

EQUIPMENT LEASED. 



Kind of Equipment. 


Name of Lessee. 


Number 

of 

Units. 


Amount. 


Rents Accrued Receivable— 




1 
2 
4 


$ 35.00 




Morrow Tfr. & Stor. Co. 


20.00 






232.90 








Totals 


7 


287.90 









TALLULAH FALLS EAILWAY 



485 



HIRE OF EQUIPMENT— Continued. 
EQUIPMENT INTERCHANGED. 





Basis of Compensation. 




Kind of Equipment. 


Locomotive Days 
or Car Days. 


Locomotive Miles 
or Car Miles. 


Total 
Compen- 
sation. 




Number. 


Rate. 


Number. 


Rate. 




Accrued on Equipment Borrowed — 






5,680 
704 


.03 
.OlVo 










l| 180.96 




12,307 

11,276 

6 


$ .35 
.30 
.25 




J 






7,689.95 




| 






Totals 


23,583 




6,384 




7,870.91 










Accrued on Equipment Loaned — 






356 


.03 10.68 




386 

95 

4 


.35 
.30 
.25 




164.60 




















Total .-. 


485 




356 




175.28 









PRIVATE CARS. 



Cars Used. 


Number 
Car-Miles. 


Compensation. 


Name of Owner. 


Description. 


Rate. 


Amount. 






10 


He. 


$ .07 









RECAPITULATION OF HIRE OF EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 


Amount 
Receivable. 


Amount 
Payable. 


Equipment leased 


$ 287.90 
175.28 


$ 


Equipment interchanged— 


7,870.91 


Private cars. 


.07 








Totals 


463.18 


7,870.98 




7,407.80 









486 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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489 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks 

Station agents.. 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists- 

Carpenters- __ 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

All other employees and laborers 

Total (including general officers) 
Less general officers.. 

Total (excluding general officers) 

Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment. 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses .' 

Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers... 

Total (excluding general officers) 



G2 



62 



457 
274 
274 

1,098 
366 
216 
216 
214 
490 
34 
39 
190 
439 

1,274 
374 



391.25 

1,125.00 

404.02 

1,560.00 

240.00 

782.63 

435.50 

502.87 

607.79 

102.40 

57.94 

241.25 

600.00 

1,538.00 

650.36 



5,955 

457 



9,239.01 
391.25 



8,847.76 



1,777 

224 
2,720 
1,234 



5.955 

457 



2,239.46 

343. 65 

4, 297. 75 

2,358.15 



9,239.01 
391.25 



847. 76 



4.10 
1.47 
1.42 
.66 
3.62 
2.02 
2.35 
1.24 
3.01 
1.49 
1.27 
1.37 
1.21 
1.74 



1.55 



1.61 



1.26 
1.54 
1.58 
1.91 



1.55 

.86 



1.61 



490 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



66,573 
2,365,262 
40,780 
35.53 



Passenger Traffic— 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue.— 100,342 

Number of passengers carried one mile 1,697,524 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road.. 29,268 

Average distance carried (miles) 16.92 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue i ._ 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road- 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile... ! 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road j 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue J 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 1 

Average receipts per ton per mile j 

Freight revenue per mile of road ! 

Freight revenue per train-mile . ' 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road i 

Operating revenues per train-mile ] 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue 

Net operating revenue per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train- mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile. 

Average number of tons of freight per train- mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



10 

22 
2.36 

13.20 

90.07 
9.38 
6.82 
2.35 

58.00 



Dollars. 



50,882 



57,475 
990 



69,757 
1 



1,202 

2 

134,246 

2,314 

1 

95,653 

1,649 

38,592 
665 



Cts. 



Mills. 



7.09 
9.97 



2.41 



7.83 
9.49 



4.31 



TALLTJLAH FALLS RAILWAY 



■491 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 


Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 


Revenue 


and Rates. 


Passenger Traffic— 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 


16,277 
189,072 
13,039 
11.62 


Dollars. 


Cts. 


Mills. 


Number of passengers carried one mile 








Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road 








Average distance carried (miles). 










5,459 


53 

33 

2 

32 
19 
39 




Average amount received from each passenger 




5.41 

8.88 


Average receipts per passenger per mile 










7,064 

487 








Passenger service train revenue per train-mile. 




2.07 


Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 


27,050 
373,997 
25,793 
13.83 




Number of tons carried one mile .. . . .. 








Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 








Average distance haul of one ton (miles) ... _ 










7,807 


61 

28 

2 

46 

32 

92 
75 
83 
70 
74 
02 
78 
99 




Average amount received for each ton of freight. 




8 64 


Average receipts per ton per mile ... 






88 


Freight revenue per mile of road.. 




538 

1 

15,815 
1,090 








4.67 


Total Traffic — 




Operating revenues per mile of road. .. . . 






Operating revenues per train-mile .. . . 




8 24 


Operating expenses . . . 




19,324 

1,332 

1 

3,508 

241 




Operating expenses per mile of road . 






Operating expenses per train-mile . . 




4 21 


Net operating deficit. ..... . 






Net operating deficit per mile of road. 






Average number of passengers per car-mile . 


5 

10 
2.32 

15.24 

63.46 
6.07 
4.16 
1.71 

14.50 




Average number of passengers per train-mile. ... 








Average number of passenger cars per train-mile ..... 








Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile. . 








Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 








Average number of freight cars per train- mile. ._ .. 








Average number of loaded cars per train-mile . . 








Average number of empty cars per train-mile. 








Average mileage operated during year 

















492 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage— Revenue Service — 


742 

12,866 

5,152 

108 

224 
























Total revenue locomotive miles... ._ 




19,092 








Non-revenue service locomotive miles 




99 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service — 
Freight Car Miles— 


24,540 

10,069 

1,191 








Caboose ------ ___ 








Total freight car miles. . _ . 




35,800 


Passenger Car Miles- 


41,730 












41,730 








Special Car Miles- 


336 












336 










77,866 












494 


Train Mileage — Revenue Service — 


742 
12,866 
5.152 

108 
























18,868 












99 









TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



493 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT-Entire Line. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 

244 

291 

127 

30 

2 

81 

150 

545 


Whole Tons. 

240 

1,105 

282 

49 

58 

133 

3 

2,019 


Whole Tons. 

484 

1,396 

409 

79 

60 

214 

153 

2,564 


Per Cent. 
73 


Flour 


2.10 




61 


Hay 


12 




.09 




.32 




.23 




3.85 






Totals 


1,470 


3,889 


5,359 


8.05 






Products of Animals — 


522 
3 
2 
3 

8 


85 

8 

56 


607 

11 

58 

3 

10 


.91 




.02 




.09 








2 


.02 








538 


151 


689 


1.04 






Products of Mines— 


18 
36 
11 
15 
61 
6,497 


70 
5,195 


88 

5,231 

11 

18 

1,238 

6,930 


.13 




7.86 


Coke...- 


.01 




3 

1,177 

433 


.03 


Stone, sand, and other like articles . . 


1.86 


Other products of mines... 


10.41 






Totals J 


6,638 


6,878 13,516 


20.30 






Products of Forests — 
Lumber.. . . .. . . 


16,004 
10,608 


770 
165 


16,774 
10,773 


25.20 




16.18 






Totals... 


26,612 


935 


27,547 


41.38 






Manufactures — 
Petroleum and other oils 


42 

15 

1 

4 

19 

115 

3 

77 
75 
30 


i 
172 214 


.32 


Sugar.. ... . 


80 

2 

29 

6 

1,931 

65 

3,900 

27 

46 


95 
3 

33 

25 

2,046 

68 

3,977 

102 

76 


.14 


Naval stores . _ 


.01 


Iron, pig and bloom 


• .05 


Iron and steel raita . 


.04 




3.07 


Bar and sheet metal.. . 


.10 


Cement, brick, and lime. 


5.97 


Agricultural implements... . 


.15 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc .. 


.11 



494 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT- Entire Line— Continued. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


4 


Whole Tons. 


Whole Tons. 

8 

139 

4,338 


Per Cent. 

8 

277 

4,586 


Per Cent. 
01 




138 
248 


42 




6 89 






Totals. 


767 


10,743 


11 510 17 28 








21 
1,438 


877 
5,616 


898 
7,054 


1 35 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


10.60 




37,484 


29,089 


66,573 


100 00 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Products of Agriculture— 

Grain 

Flour 

Other mill products 

Hay ..... 

Tobacco.-. 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other products of agriculture. 



Totals. 



Products of Animals — 

Live stock 

Dressed meats 

Other packing-house products- 
Poultry, game, and fish 

Hides and leather 



Totals- 



Products of Mines — 

Anthracite coal 

Bituminous coal 

Stone, sand, and other like articles- 
Other products of mines 



Totals. 



Whole Tons. 


Per Cent. 


125 


.46 


437 


1.62 


141 


.52 


3 


.01 


13 


.05 


1 
32 




.12 


589 


2.18 


1,341 


4.96 


96 


.36 


3 


.01 


1 
1 
4 






.02 


105 


.39 


50 


.18 


1,611 


5.96 


23 


.09 


5,898 


21.80 


7,582 


28.03 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



495 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT- State of North Carolina-Continued. 

COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Products of Forests — 


Whole Tons. 
8,590 
6,965 


Per Cent. 
31 76 




25 75 






Totals 


15,555 


57 51 






Manufactures — 
Petroleum and other oils .. 


119 

43 

107 

2 

132 

72 

5 

3 

56 
625 


44 


Sugar 


16 


Other castings and machinery 


.39 


Bar and sheet metal „ 


.01 


Cement, brick, and lime .. 


.49 


Agricultural implements .. 


.26 


Wagons, carriages, tools, etc 


.02 


Wines, liquors, and beers... 


.01 


Household goods and furniture 


.21 


Other manufactures 


2.31 






Totals 


1,164 


4 30 






Merchandise 


163 
1,140 


60 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


4.21 






Total tonnage — State 


27,050 


100.00 







496 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Lina. 



Item. 


Number 

on 

Jane 30, 

1911. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 

Retired 

During 

Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1912. 


Number Fitted 
With— 




Train 
Brake. 


Automatic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 


2 
2 






2 
2 


2 
2 


2 


Freight. .. _. 






2 












4 






4 


4 


4 










Cars— Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 


5 
2 
1 


1 


1 


5 

2 


5 
2 


5 


Baggage, express, and postal cars 


2 


Other cars in passenger service. .. 












.i 


Totals 


8 


1 


1 


8 


7| 7 




1 


In Freight Service— 
Flat cars ... _._ 


8 


■ ! 


9 9 | 9 






In Company's Service — 


1 
2 
6 






1 
2 
5 


1 
2 
5 


1 








2 


Other road cars. . .. .. 




1 


5 








Totals 


9 




1 


8 


8 


8 




. 








25 


2 


2 


25 


24 


24 








25 


2 


2 


25 


24 


24 







MILEAGE. 
A. MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED— (All Tracks). 



Line in Use. 


Line Owned, 
Main Line. 


Total Mileage 
Operated. 


Rails, Steel. 


Entire Line- 


58.00 
4.90 


58.00 
4.90 


58.00 




4.90 








62.90 


62.90 


62.90 






State of North Carolina — 


14.50 
1.20 


14.50 
1.20 


14.50 




1.20 








15.70 


15.70 


15.70 







TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY 



497 



MILEAGE— Continued. 
B. MILEAGE OF LINE OPERATED, BY STATES— (Single Track). 





Line Owned, 
Main Line. 


Total Mileage 
Operated. 


Rails, Steel. 


Georgia 


43.50 
14.50 


43.50 
14.50 


43.50 
14.50 








58.00 


58.00 


58.00 







C. MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED, BY STATES— (Single Track). 





State. 


Line Owned, 
Main Line. 


Total Mileage 
Owned. 


Rails, Steel. 


Georgia 

North Carolina.- . - _ 


43.50 
14.50 


43.50 
14.50 


43.50 
14.50 








58.00 


58.00 


58.00 







RENEWALS OF RAILS AND TIES— Entire Line. 



Kind. 


Number. 


Average 

Price at 

Distributing 

Point, 

Cents. 


Oak (first class) . .. _. . 


11,190 

563 

1,610 


33.59 


Oak (second class) ... _. . .. 


15 


Chestnut 


25 








Totals 


13,363 


31.7 









CONSUMPTION OF FUEL BY LOCOMOTIVES. 



Locomotives. 


Coal, 
Bitumi- 
nous — 

Tons. 


Total Fuel 

Consumed — 

Tons. 


Miles Run. 


Average 

Pounds 

Consumed, 

Per Mile. 


Revenue Service — 
Freight 


401 
1,673 

1,707 
50 
51 
109 


401 

1,673 

1,707 

50 

51 

10S 


3,994 

53,811 

22,397 

1,890 

1,224 

843 


200. 80 
62.18 

152.43 
52.91 
83.30 

258. 60 


Passenger 


Mixed... _ _ 


Special . 


Switching... 


Nonrevenue service 




Totals 


3,991 


3,991 


84, 159 


94.84 




Average cost at distributing point 




1 


$ 3.13 






1 



Corp. 2 32 



498 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



YADKIN RAILROAD COMPANY. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 


President . . _ 




Raleigh, N. C. 
Salisbury, N. C. 


Vice President . 


Theo. F. Kluttz. 


Secretary ... ... . ... 


H. W. Miller 


Treasurer ... 


H. C. Ansley 


Washington, D. C. 
Washington, D. C. 


Auditor .. .. 


A. H. Plant 




* 



DIRECTORS. 

A. B. Andrews, Raleigh, N. C; J. W. Cannon, Concord, N. C; John S. Henderson, Salisbury, N. 
C; D. W. Julian, Salisbury, N. C; Walter Murphy, Salisbury, N. C; A. H. Boyden, Salisbury, N. C; 
L. W. Sanders, Charlotte, N. C; C. N. Freeman, Raleigh, N. C; J. W. Morrow, Albemarle, N. C; 
S. H. Hearne, Albemarle, N. C; D. N. Bennett, Norwood, N. C. 



ROAD LEASED OR OTHERWISE ASSIGNED FOR OPERATION. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles 
of Line. 


Name of Lessee. 


From— 


To— 


Yadkin Railroad Co.-. 


Salisbury, N. C... 


Norwood, N. C.__ 


41.00 


Southern Railway Com- 
pany operates prop- 
erty by virtue of own- 
ership of securities. 



CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 
of Shares 
Author- 
ized. 


Par 
Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 




12,500 


$ 50.00 


$ 625,000 


$ 625,000 


$ 625,000 







Purpose of the Issue. 


Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Cash 

Realized. 




12,500 


No record. 







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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



Account. 



Amount, 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907 — 
Road 

Investment since June 30, 1907* 



Total.. 

Cost per mile ot line. 



$ 1,240,000.00 



1,240,000.00 



30,243.90 



*Included in report of Southern Railway Company. 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 







$ 28,903.03 












28,903.03 














28,903.03 










Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — ■ 


36,900.00 
43,111.07 




















80,011.07 












108,914.10 










Balance for year carried forward to debit of 


108,914.00 











*Gross lo3s from lease of road is included in operating income of Southern Railway Company. 



PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT. 





Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1911 


$ 835,908.57 
108,914.10 

2,214.00 








Deductions for Year — 
Adjustment of interest on open accounts with Southern Railway Corn- 












$ 947,036.67 










947,036.67 


947,036.67 



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ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD 



503 



MISCELLANEOUS RAILROADS. 



Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Company 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 


President _. ___ . 


John Blue 

W. A. Blue 




Secretary-Treasurer... . 


Aberdeen, N. C. 






Carthage, N. C. 


Auditor ... 


J. W. Phillips 


Aberdeen, N. C. 


General Superintendent 


W. A. Blue 


Aberdeen, N. C. 


Traffic Manager.. 




Aberdeen, N. C. 


» 







DIRECTORS. 

John Blue, Aberdeen, N. C.; W. A. Blue, Aberdeen, N. C; J. W. Graham, Aberdeen, N. C.; J. McN. 
Johnson, Aberdeen, N. C.; J. W. Phillips, Aberdeen, N. C.; J. A. Bryan, Aberdeen, N. C. 

ROAD OPERATED. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles of 


From — 


To— 


Line. 




Aberdeen 


Hope Mills.. 


39.50 




Raeford 




11.50 




Hope Mills Jet- 




Treefall 


3.00 










54.00 











CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Kind. 


Number 

of Shares 
Authorized. 


Par 
Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 




2,900 


$ 50.00 


$ 145,000 


$ 100, 000 


$ 100, 000 







Purpose of the Issue. 



Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding 



Total Cash 
Realized. 



Issued for construction of new properties. 



2,000 



100,000 



504 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD 
SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 



505 



Account. 



Amount, 
Entire Line. 



Investment to June 30, 1907: 
Road 

Equipment. 

Investment since June 30, 1907. 



$ 152,477.81 
41,930.89 
134,127.23 



Total 

Cost per mile of line. 



328,535.93 
5,475.00 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 


$ 76,418.77 
61,342.78 


$ 15,075.99 
2,118.43 


















Taxes accrued .. 












Operating income. 




$ 12,957.56 










Deductions from Gross Corporate Income — 
Interest accrued on funded debt 




5,800.00 
257. 00 




Other interest ... 












Total deductions from gross corporate income 




6, 057. 00 










Net corporate income.. . . . .... 


6,900.56 










Disposition of Net Corporate Income — 
Expended during the year ... . ._ . 


8,411.01 




8,411.01 






Balance for year carried forward to debit of 
profit and loss 






1,510.45 













OPERATING REVENUES. 




Account. 


Entire Line, 

Total 

Revenues. 


Revenue from Transportation— 
Freight revenue _ . 


$ 51,988.48 








Passenger revenue. . 


20,824.52 
175. 25 


Excess baggage revenue 


Mail revenue 


1,698.88 


Express revenue 


1,425.72 



Total passenger service train revenue 

Total revenue from transportation 

Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation- 
Telegraph and telephone service 

Total operating revenues 



24,124.37 



76,112.85 



305. 92 



76,418.77 



506 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
OPERATING EXPENSES. 



Account. 



Entire Line, 
Amount. 



Maintenance of Way and Structures — 
Ties 

Other track material 

Roadway and track 

Bridges, trestles, and culverts 

Grade crossings, fences, cattle guards, and signs. 

Telegraph and telephone lines 

Buildings, fixtures, and grounds 

Roadway tools and supplies 



Total— maintenance of way and structures. 



Maintenance of Equipment— 
Steam locomotives— repairs. . 
Passenger-train cars— repairs. 

Freight-train cars — repairs 

Shop machinery and tools ... 



Total — maintenance of equipment. 



Transportation Expenses — 

Station employes 

Station supplies and expenses 

Road enginemen 

Fuel for road locomotives 

Water for road locomotives 

Lubricants for road locomotives 

Road trainmen 

Train supplies and expenses 

Stationery and printing 

Other expenses, car service per diem. 

Loss and damage — freight 

Injuries to persons 



Total transportation expenses. 



General Expenses — 

Salaries and expenses of general officers 

Salaries and expenses of clerks and attendants- 
General office supplies and expenses 

Law expenses 

Insurance 



Total— general expenses. 



Recapitulation of Expenses — ■ 
Maintenance of way and structures- 
Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic and transportation expenses. 
General expenses 



Total operating expenses. 



2,490.85 
410. 02 

8,495.19 
633. 74 
1.30 
330. 00 
776. 78 
383. 36 



13,521.26 



5,152.55 
2,081.02 
2,010.00 

378. 00 



9,621.57 



3,653.85 

22.82 

2,474.65 

10,964.71 

378. 91 

690. 17 

3,217.04 

78.76 

295. 13 

4, 663. 78 

634. 57 

113.50 



27,187.. 



9, 740. 15 
603. 64 
24L27 
170. 00 
257. 00 



11,012.06 



13,521.26 
9,621.57 
27,187.89 
11,012.06 



61,342.78 



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Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

Machinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackmen 

All other employees and laborers. 



Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers 



Total (excluding general officers). 



Distribution of Above — 
Maintenance of way and structures. 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic and transportation expenses. 
General expenses 



Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers 



Total (excluding general officers). 



02 



626 

377 

624 

1,872 

626 

936 

936 

626 

1,252 

939 

313 

2,504 

1,248 

6,240 

626 



19, 745 
626 



J, 119 



4, 800. 00 
2,200.00 
1, 680. 00 
2,580.00 

720. 00 
2, 160. 00 
1,404.00 
1,524.00 
1,330.00 
2,208.00 

469.50 
2,758.50 
2,040.00 
6, 240. 00 

300. 00 



32,414.00 
4, 800. 00 



27,614.00 



7,488 
3,756 
6,874 
1,627 



8, 280. 00 
5,436.00 
10,018.00 

8, 680. 00 



19, 745 
626 



),119 



32,414.00 
4,800.00 



27,614.00 



7.67 
3.05 
2.03 
1.38 
1.15 
2.31 
1.50 
2.40 
1.06 
2.36 
1.50 
1.10 
1.63 
1.00 
.48 



1.64 
7.67 



1.44 



1.10 
1.40 
1.46 
5.39 



1.44 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic— 

Total passenger revenue 

Total passenger service train revenue.. 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road. 

Freight Traffic — ■ 

Total freight revenue 

Freight revenue per mile of road.. 

Total Traffic— 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Net operating revenue or deficit 

Net operating revenue or deficit per mile of road. 
Average miles operated during year 



54 



Dollars. 
20,824 
24, 124 
446 



51,988 



76,418 
1,415 

61,342 
1,135 

12,957 
239 



Cts. 


Mills. 


52 




37 




73 


52 


48 




75 


15 


77 




16 




78 




90 




56 




95 





510 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Appalachian Railway Company. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




R. F. Whitmer 


Philadelphia, Pa. 










David G. Wilson 


Philadelphia, Pa. 




W. J. Parks 


Ela, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

R. F. Whitmer, Philadelphia, Pa.; Milton C. Work, Philadelphia, Pa.; David G. Wilson, Philadel 
phia, Pa.; J. C. Patterson, Philadelphia, Pa.; J. C. Arbogast and Harry B. Stevens, Asheville, N. C 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



From— 


To— 


Total 

Miles. 


Ela, N. C 


Cherokee, N. C. --- _. 


6.21 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock . 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile . 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating deficit 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger-train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earirng revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources, rent of dwellings 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid, N. C 



100,000.00 

16,103.06 

45,815.22 

7,377.65 

124,003.34 

19,968.33 

11,728.85 

1,888.70 

21.857.03 

5,737.50 

10,000.00 

4,263.49 

923. 91 

1,610.46 

3,940.40 

1,797.10 

634. 52 

11,589 

.15 

394. 65 

.03 

297. 72 



Number of general officers, 3; station agent, 1; other station men, 1; enginemenl; firemen, 1; con- 
ductors, 1. Total, 8. 



ASHEVILLE AND EAST TENNESSEE RAILROAD COMPANY 



511 



Asheville and East Tennessee Railroad Company. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

Vice President and General Manager 

Treasurer * 

Secretary 



J. S. Coleman 

Stanley Howland-. 
Reginald Howland 
G. W. Epps 



Asheville, N. C. 
Asheville, N. C. 
Asheville, N. C. 

Asheville, N. C. 



DIRECTORS. 

J. S. Coleman, Asheville, N. C; Stanley Howland, Asheville, N. C; Erwin Sluder, Asheville, N. C. 
Reginald Howland, Asheville, N. C; G. W. Epps, Asheville, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



From — 


To- 


Total 
Miles. 


Asheville, N. C. 




8.7 








CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt, per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road, per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment, per mile 

Cost of road and equipment, per mile 

Operating revenue ■- 

Operating expenses , 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue, per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue, per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue 

Passenger service train revenue, per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger, per mile 

Taxes paid, N. C 



50, 000. 00 

10,416.66 

35,000.00 

7,291.67 

74,447.53 

15,509.90 

17,155.41 

3,574.04 

19,083.94 

23, 143. 13 

18,352.47 

4, 790. 66 

2, 660. 13 

2,109.48 

598. 15 

20,960.17 

68.75 

135,694 

2,409.21 

1,584.81 

.017 

342. 60 



Number of general officers, 4; office clerks, 1; Motormen, 3; conductors, 4; section foremen, 1; other 
trackmen, about 6; other employees, 2. Total, 21. 

Cost of construction is based on mileage owned, 4.8 miles, and cost of operation on mileage owned 
and leased, 8.7 miles. 



512 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Atlantic and Western Railroad Company. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




H. C. Huffer, Jr 






H. P. Edwards 


Sanford, N. C. 




Wm. C. Coake 

H. P. Edwards 






Sanford, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

H. P. Edwards, Sanford, N. C; B. W. Duer, Baltimore, Md.; W. B. Williams, Baltimore, Md.; R. 
S. Sruer, Baltimore, Md.; H. C. Huffer, Jr., Baltimore, Md. 



PROPERTY OPERATED 



From — 


To— 


Total 
Miles. 


Sanford, N. C. 




9.00 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Capital stock . 

Capital stock, per mile 

Funded debt 

Funded debt per mile 

Cost of road 

Cost of road per mile 

Cost of equipment 

Cost of equipment per mile 

Cost of road and equipment per mile 

Operating revenue 

Operating expenses 

Net operating revenue 

Operating revenue per mile 

Operating expenses, per mile 

Total freight revenue 

Total passenger train service revenue 

Freight revenue per mile 

Total number passengers carried earning revenue. 

Passenger service train revenue per mile 

Revenue from other sources 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Taxes paid, N. C 



53,400.00 

5,933.00 

100,000.00 

11,111.00 

145,305.00 

16, 145. 00 

18, 767. 00 

2,085.00 

18, 230. 00 

19,517.00 

13,542.00 

5,975.00 

2, 168. 00 

1,505.00 

14,448.00 

2,559.00 

1,605.00 

12,908 

284. 00 

2,511.00 

.033 

338. 20 



Number of general officers, 4; office clerks, 2; station agents, 2;enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conduc- 
tors, 1; section foremen, 6. Total, 18. 



BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILWAY 



513 



Bonlee and Western Railway Company. 



OFFICERS 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President 

General Manager or Superintendent 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Traffic Manager 



John H. Dunlap Bonlee, N. C. 

W. J. Tally Bonlee, N. C. 

I. H. Dunlap Bonlee, N. C. 

W. J. Tally Bonlee, N. C. 



DIRECTORS 

John H. Dunlap, Bonlee, N. C; Isaac H. Dunlap, Bonlee, N. C.J I. L. Dunlap, Bonlee, N. C; Fred 
W. Bynum, Pittsboro, N. C; C. C. Bivens, Ivanhoe, N. C; Jno. H. Kennedy, Gulf, N. C. 



PROPERTY OPERATED 



From — 


To— 


Total 
Miles. 


Bonlee, N. C- 


Bennett, N. C... 




11 









CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 





$ 61,700.00 




5,609.09 




56,181.51 




5,107.41 




7,886.10 




716.91 




5,823.32 




8,713.73 




9,709.92 




792.15 




882.72 




7,435.13 




1,025.00 




675.92 




4,146 




$ 116.23 




3.14 


Taxes paid, N. C .. . --- 


314.95 







Number of general officers, 3; office clerks, 1; station agents, 3; enginemen, 1; firemen, 1; conduc- 
tors, 1; section foremen, 1; other trackmen, 4; other employees, 1. Total, 16. 

Corp. 2 33 



514 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company 

OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 






165 Broadway, N. Y. 

Chester, S. C. 




J. J. McClure 




F. Wolfe 


Chester, S. C. 






Chester, S. C. 




W. K. Kearsley 


Chester, S. C. 




L. T. Nichols 


Chester, S. C. 


General Freight and Passenger Agent 


E. F. Reid 


Chester, S. C. 







DIRECTORS. 

J. H. Marion, Chester, S. C; F. H. White, Chester, S. C; S. H. Hardin, Chester, S. C; C. E. Spence, 
Yorkville, S. C; J. F. Johnson, Gastonia, N. C; L. F. Long, Newton, N. C; J. A. Martin, Hickory, 
N. C. 

PROPERTY OPERATED— Entire Line. 





Termini. 


Miles of 


Name. 


From— 


To— 


Each Road 
Named. 




Chester, S. C. 


Edgemont, N. C. . 

Hickory, N. C. 


124 30 




Newton, N. C. 


9 20 










Total _ _ 


133. 50 









PROPERTY OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 



Name. 


Termini. 


Miles of 


From— 


To— 


Each Road 
Named. 




S. C. State Line 

Newton, N. C 


Edgemont, N. C. 

Hickory, N. C. 


87 30 




9.20 












96.50 













CAPITAL STOCK, ETC. 



Kind. 


Number 

of Shares 

Authorized. 


Par 

Valae 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 

Par Value 

Not Held by 

Respondent. 




17,085 
11,000 


$ 50.00 
50.00 


$ 1,000,000 
1,000,000 


$ 854,250 
550,000 


$ 854, 250 




550, 000 






Totals 


28,085 




2,000,000 


1,404,250 


1,404,250 









Purpose of the Issue. 


Total Number 

of Shares 
Outstanding. 




17,085 






11,000 


Total... 


28, 085 









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•17 



RECAPITULATION OF CAPITALIZATION. 



Account. 


Total Par 

Value 

Outstanding. 


Assignment 
to Railways. 


Amount Per Mile 
of Line. 




Miles. 


Amount. 


Capital stock 


$ 1,404,250 
2,407,998 


$ 1,404,250 
2,407,998 


124.30 
124. 30 


$ 11,297 
19,372 






Totals 


3,812,248 


3,812,248 




30, 669 









EXPENDITURES FOR ADDITIONS AND BETTERMENTS DURING THE YEAR— Entire Line. 



Account. 


Total. 




$ 813.55 




372. 00 




224. 30 


Sidings and spur tracks __ . 


1,553.56 




12.80 




606. 06 




13.55 




14,197.24 




2, 753. 08 




706. 08 




6, 603. 10 






Total.. 


27, 855. 32 







518 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROAD AND EQUIPMENT— Investment Since June 30, 1907— Entire Line. 




Account. 


Expenditures 
for Additions 
•and Better- 
ments 
During Year. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1911. 


Total 

Expenditures 

July 1, 1907, 

to June 30, 

1912 . 


Road — 


$ 813.55 
372. 00 
192.64 


$ 8,451.05 

7,225.05 

2,428.55 

5,573.88 

965. 67 

2,019.47 

40.30 

775.43 

3,363.96 

2, 178. 68 

113.01 

5,567.22 

*7,815.02 

*3,007.53 

231.01 

2,058.95 

735,879.84 


$ 9,264.60 
7,597.05 
2,621.19 
5,573.88 
1,296.76 
2,907.76 








Ties 


331.09 

888. 29 

69.78 

6.76 

289. 20 






110.08 




782. 19 




3,653.26 




2,178.68 




12.80 

606. 06 

14,197.24 

2, 753. 08 

706. 08 


125.81 




6, 173. 28 




6, 382. 22 




*254. 45 




937. 09 




2,058.95 
735,879.84 












Totals 


21,252.22 


766,049.52 


787,301.74 






Equipment — 


6, 603. 10 


27,887.59 

28, 740. 00 

2,900.00 

750. 00 


34,490.69 




28, 740. 00 


Freight-train cars 




2, 900. 00 






750. 00 








Totals 


6, 603. 10 


60,277.59 


66, 880. 69 






Recapitulation — 
Road 


21,252.22 
6, 603. 10 


766, 049. 52 
60, 277. 59 


787, 301. 74 




66, 880. 69 








27,855.32 


826,327.11 


854. 182. 43 






Totals — 'State of North Carolina 


20,424.36 


810, 630. 56 


831,054.92 







"Credit. 



SUMMARY OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT. 





Amount. 




Account. 


Entire 
Line. 


State of 

North 

Carolina. 


Remarks. 


Investment to June 30, 1907: 


$ 2,776,955.24 
129,825.00 
854, 182. 43 


$ 1,951,303.50 

86,556.24 

831,054.92 


The figures for North Caro- 




lina are approximate 




only. 






Totals 


3,760,962.67 

27,704.34 


2,868,914.66 
19,393.14 




Reserve for accrued depreciation. 






3,733,258.33 
30,034.25 


3,849,521.52 
44,095.53 













CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY 



.19 



INCOME ACCOUNT. 



Operating Income — 
Rail operations: 


$ 424,209.67 
297, 624. 80 


$ 126,584.87 
14, 647. 92 


































$ 111,936.95 


Other Income — 




156.35 






156. 35 














156. 35 






- ~- 






112,093.30 


Deductions prom Gross Corporate Income — 




23,538.77 

103,749.81 
6,710.82 






22,525.68 
1,013.09 






























Total deductions from gross corporate income 




133,999.40 










21,906.10 













Debit. 


Credit. 


Balance June 30, 1911-.-- 




$ 133,043.88 


Additions for year — unclaimed wages written off 




240. 00 










133,283.88 




$ 21,906.10 

9.29 

111,368.49 




Deductions for year — bad debts written off... 




Balance credit, June 30, 1912, carried to general balance sheet 




J 


133,283.88 





520 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 
OPERATING REVENUES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 


Entire Line 

Total 
Revenues. 


State of 
North 

Carolina, 
Total 

Revenues. 


Revenue fkom Transportation— 


$ 309,373.70 


$ 240 440.55 








99,411.14 

900. 07 

881. 65 

9,424.17 

4, 105. 23 


79,499.28 




721. 30 




712. 31 




7, 960. 37 




3, 279. 04 








114,722.26 


92,172.30 








2,717.50 
589. 75 


2,186.50 




466. 15 








427, 403. 21 


335,265.50 






Revenue from Operations Other than Transportation — 


59.52 

321.01 

789.00 

4,008.97 

596. 96 


41.67 




267. 51 




647. 00 




4, 008. 97 




481. 80 






Total revenues from operations other than transportation ... 


5,775.46 


5,446.95 




433, 178. 67 


340, 712. 95 







OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State. 



Account. 


Entire Line, 
Amount. 


State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 


Maintenance of Way and Structures — 


$ 4,888.32 
56,061.65 
13,841.38 
1,321.90 
88.33 
1,274.54 
1, 387. 77 


$ 3,534.36 




40,532.76 




10, 005. 80 




955. 70 




63.86 




920. 44 




1,003.37 






78,863.89 


57,016.29 













CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY 



521 



OPERATING EXPENSES— Entire Line and State— Continued. 




Account. 


Entire Line, 
Amount. 


State of 

North 

Carolina, 

Amount. 


Maintenance of Equipment — 


$ 4,179.12 
17,983.65 
11,242.97 
63.03 
4,072.32 
195. 35 
1,635.27 


$ 3,021.61 




13,034.49 




8,101.41 




45.57 




2,944.11 




141.25 




1,182.37 








39,371.71 


28,470.81 






Traffic Expenses — 


7,558.78 


5,465.36 






Transportation Expenses— 


10, 766. 64 

19,825.92 

1,078.53 

983. 62 

3,465.16 

11,389.29 

589. 76 

19,982.85 

32, 867. 99 

4,772.79 

22,229.29 

2, 790. 22 

6,225.03 

2,564.25 

1,827.85 

6,087.46 

76.57 


7,784.47 




14,334.83 




779. 78 




711.17 




2, 505. 27 




8,233.87 




426. 40 




14,481.58 




23,727.66 




3,450.12 




16,071.15 




2,017.42 


Injuries to persons.. . _ __ ._ .. . 


4,500.53 


Loss and damage... ...... . _________ .. .. 


1,854.04 


Other casualties.. _ _ . . .... .. 


1,321.65 


All other transportation expenses... .. ... .. 


4,401.26 


Operating joint tracks and facilities— Dr 


55.38 



Total — transportation expenses. 



General Expenses— 

Administration 

Insurance 1 

Other general expenses 

General administration joint tracks, yards, and terminals- 
Total — general expenses 



-Dr. 



146,343.70 


105,803.69 


18, 080. 80 

6,241.76 

1,111.59 

52.57 


13,076.57 

4,509.56 

802. 39 

38.01 


25,486.72 


18,426.53 



Recapitulation of Expenses — 


78,863.89 
39,371.71 
7,558.78 
146, 343. 70 
25,486.72 


57,016.29 






28, 470. 81 


Traffic expenses ... .. ... . 


5,465.36 


Transportation expenses. _ 


105,803.69 


General expenses.. 


18,426.53 








Total operating expenses. 


297, 624. 80 


215, 182. 68 








Ratio of operating expenses to 




63.16 











522 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— Entire Line. 



Class. 



Number 

on 
June 30. 



Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 



Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 



Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 



General officers 

Other officers 

General office clerks .. 

Station agents... 

Other station men 

Enginemen 

Firemen 

Conductors 

Other trainmen 

M achinists 

Carpenters 

Other shopmen 

Section foremen 

Other trackme n 

lelegraph operators and dispatchers 

All other employees and laborers 

Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers 

Total (excluding general officers) 

Distribution of Above — 

Maintenance of way and structures 

Maintenance of equipment 

Traffic expenses ..1 

Transportation expenses 

General expenses 

Total (including general officers). 
Less general officers 

Total (excluding general officers) 



31 

21 

111 

3 



332 



326 



136 

51 

4 

127 

14 



332 
6 



326 



1,884 
1,256 
5,529 
5,520 
9,283 
3,506 
3,723 
3,353 
9,254 
3,067 
2,305 
5,471 
6,424 
24,008 
1,309 
4,139 



$ 13 
6 
13 
10 
7 
15 
6 
10 
12 
8 
4 
7 
13 
25 : 
3 ; 
5 



, 979. 88 
,280.00 
, 824. 37 
, 782. 00 
, 944. 81 
,427.70 
, 693. 97 
, 238. 18 
, 425. 06 
,719.69 
,219.20 
,086.10 
, 349. 58 
, 960. 75 
,403.46 
,461.70 



90,031 

1,884 



165,796.45 
13,979.88 



88,147 



151,816.57 



31,670 
11,767 

1,448 
40,778 

4,368 



41,995.86 
23,517.16 
5,589.56 
81,194.89 
13,498.98 



90,031 165,796.45 
1,884 13,979.88 



151,816.57 



7.42 
5.00 
2.50 
1.95 
.85 
4.40 
1.79 
3.05 
1.34 
2.84 
1.83 
1.29 
2.07 
1.08 
2.60 
1.31 



1.-84 
7.42 



1.72 



1.33 

2.00 
3.86 
1.99 
3.09 



1.84 
7.42 



1.72 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY 



527 



EMPLOYEES AND SALARIES— State of North Carolina. 



Class. 


Number 

on 
June 30. 


Total 
Number 
of Days 
Worked. 


Total Yearly 
Compensa- 
tion. 


Average 
Daily 

Compen- 
sation. 




6 

4 

21 

11 

22 

7 

8 

6 

18 

9 

9 

31 

16 

92 

3 

6 


1,884 
1,256 
5,529 
3,795 
5,104 
2,288 
2,495 
2,135 
6,478 


$ 13,979.88 
6,280.00 

13,824.37 
7,319.25 
4,338.40 

10,068.50 
4,513.75 
6,523.28 
8,705.22 


$ 7.42 




5.00 




2.50 




1.93 




.85 




4.40 




1.81 




3.05 




1.33 




3,067 


8.719.69 


2.84 




2,305 I 4,219.20 


1.83 




5,471 7,086.10 1.29 




4,804 9,996.18 
19,643 21,246.55 
1,309 3,403.40 
2,860 3,655.21 


2.04 




1.08 




2.60 




1.28 








269 
6 


70,423 133,878.98 

1,884 13,979.88 

1 


1.90 




7.42 








263 


68,539 


119,899.10 1.75 






Distribution op Above — 


110 

41 

3 

103 
12 


i 

24,760 i 33,910.18 1 1,37 




9,209 | 18,983.12 2.06 




1,128 1 4,512.21 

31,910 j 65,587.19 

3,416 .10,886.28 


4.00 




2.05 




3.18 






Total (including general officers) 


269 
6 


70,423 

1,884 


133,878.98 
13,979.88 


1.90 

7.42 






Total (excluding general officers) _. 


263 


68,539 


119,899.10 


1.75 







528 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 
Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic— 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger service train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile. _. 

Freight Traffic— 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile. 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile .. 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic— 

Operating revenues 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile 

Net operating revenue (or deficit).-. 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car- mile 

Average number of passengers per train-mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train-mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car-mile.. . 

Average number of tons of freight per train-mile 

Average number of freight cars per train-mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train- mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



222,419 
3,577,936 
26,801 
16.08 



246,443 
6,701,060 
50,195 
27.19 



21 

2.56 
11.31 
50.27 
6.17 
4.44 
1.31 
133.50 



Dollars. 



,340 



114,619 
858 



300,526 

1 



2,251 
2 

424,209 

3,177 

1 

297,624 

2,229 

1 

126,584 

948 



Cts. 



Mills. 



6.63 
7.76 



3.28 



9.46 
4.85 



4.81 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 



529 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— Entire Line— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage — Revenue Service: 


59,843 
96,801 
73,439 
1,271 
48,014 
















Switching locomotive miles . ._ _. 








Total revenue locomotive mileage ... . _. . 




279,368 












2,095 


Car Mileage — Revenue Service: 
Freight Car-Miles — 


592,442 
175,453 
55,026 




















822,921 


Passenger Car-Miles— 
Passenger . . 


435,968 








Total passenger car-miles __ . . 




435,968 


Special Car-Miles — 
Passenger _. . ...... . 


2,357 




Other passenger train cars .... 


2,357 








Total special car-miles. ... 




1,261,246 












6,110 






Train Mileage— Revenue Service: 
Freight train-miles . 


59,843 
96,801 
73,439 

1,271 




Passenger train-miles.. . 




Mixed train-miles . 




Special train-miles . 








Total revenue train mileage... . . 




231,354 






Non-revenue service train-miles .... 




2,095 







Corp. 2—34 



530 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina. 



Item. 



Number 

Passengers, 

Tonnage, Etc. 



Revenue and Rates. 



Passenger Traffic — ■ 

Number of passengers carried earning revenue.. 

Number of passengers carried one mile 

Number of passengers carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance carried (miles) 

Total passenger revenue 

Average amount received from each passenger 

Average receipts per passenger per mile 

Total passenger service train revenue 

Passenger train revenue per mile of road 

Passenger service train revenue per train-mile 

Freight Traffic — 

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue 

Number of tons carried one mile 

Number of tons carried one mile per mile of road 

Average distance haul of one ton (miles) 

Total freight revenue 

Average amount received for each ton of freight 

Average receipts per ton per mile 

Freight revenue per mile of road 

Freight revenue per train-mile 

Total Traffic — 

Operating revenues.. 

Operating revenues per mile of road 

Operating revenues per train-mile 

Operating expenses 

Operating expenses per mile of road 

Operating expenses per train-mile. 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) 

Net operating revenue (or deficit) per mile of road 

Average number of passengers per car-mile 

Average number of passengers per train- mile 

Average number of passenger cars per train- mile 

Average number of tons of freight per loaded car- mile.. 

Average number of tons of freight per train- mile 

Average number of freight cars per train- mile 

Average number of loaded cars per train-mile 

Average number of empty cars per train-mile 

Average mileage operated during year 



166,814 
2,663,208 
27,208 
15.96 



222,350 
6,110,300 
63,422 
27.48 



20 
2.56 

13.75 

61.12 
6.17 
4.44 
1.31 

96.50 



Dollars. 



79,499 



92,172 
955 



240,440 

1 



2,491 

2 

340,712 

3,530 

1 

215,182 

2,229 

1 

126,584 

1,311 



Cts. 



Mills. 



6.57 

9.85 



1.90 



5.31 



3.59 



0.13 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 



531 



TRAFFIC AND MILEAGE STATISTICS— State of North Carolina— Continued. 



Classification. 


Item. 


Total. 


Locomotive Mileage: 

Revenue Service — 


44,882 
72,599 
55,080 
954 
36,011 
















Switching locomotive-miles ... 












209,526 








Non-revenue service locomotive-miles .. 




1,572 








Car Mileage: 
Revenue Service — 
Freight car-miles — 
Loaded . . . . 


444,331 
131,590 
41,270 




Empty . ... . 




Caboose _ 








Total freight car- miles . ... .. . 




617,191 


Passenger car-miles — 
Passenger . v- .... . _ _ 


326,976 








Total passenger car-miles . . 




326,976 


Special car-miles — 
Passenger . ... 


1,768 












1,768 












945,935 









Non-revenue service car-miles . . 




4,585 


Train Mileage: 
Revenue Service — 
Freight train-miles ... ..... ... .... 


44,882 

72,599 

55,080 

954 




Passenger train-miles . . . . ........ 




Mixed train-miles... . 




Special train-miles. ._ _. 








Total revenue train-mileage 




173,515 








Non-revenue service train-miles 




1,572 









532 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line. 

COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 
Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Peoducts of Agriculture — 


Whole Tons. 

323 

1,313 

717 

212 

26 

5,295 

1,145 

4,983 


Whole Tons. 

4,378 

2,532 

2,190 

788 

248 

10,543 

904 

3,095 


Whole Tons. 
4,701 
3,845 
2,907 
1,000 
274 
15,838 
2,049 
8,078 


Per Cent. 
1.91 


Flour 


1.56 




1.18 


Hay. 


.41 




.09 




6.43 




.83 




3.28 






Totals 


14,014 


24,678 


,38,692' 


15.69 






Products of Animals — 


385 
81 
19 
13 
9 

165 


240 
803 
402 

21 
4 

83 


625 
884 
421 
34 
13 
248 


.25 




.36 




.17 




.01 


Wool. . 


.01 




.10 






Totals .- - . .. ... 


672 


1,553 


2,225 


.90 






Products of Mines — 




125 

64,396 

63 


125 

64,718 

63- 

87 

195 

796 


.05 




322 


26.25 


Coke 


.02 




•87 
61 
63 


.03 




134 
733 


.09 




.32 






Totals 


533 


65,451 


65,984 


26.76 






Products of Forests — 


63,830 
16,795 


6,122 
1,999 


69,952 
18,794 


28.37 




7.63 






Totals - 


80,625 


8,121 


88,746 


36.00 






Manufactures — 


316 
114 


1,511 

995 

1 

150 

213 

1,429 
170 

3,460 

250 

401 

26 


1,827 

1,109 

8 

180 

571 

2,112 
171 

4,873 

291 

632 

27 


.75 




.46 




.00 




30 

358 

683 

1 

1,413 

41 

231 

1 


.07 




.23 




.86 




.07 




1.98 




.12 




.26 


Wines, liquors, and beers 


.02 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 



533 



FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— Entire Line— Continued. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED, 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Manufactures— Continued. 


Whole Tons. 
5,884 
1,821 


Whole Tons. 

657 

10,504 

495 


Whole Tons. 
6,541 
12,325 
11,329 


Per Cent. 
2.66 




5.00 


Other manufactures 

Totals 


10 ,'834 


4.59 


21,727 


20,262 


41,989 


17.07 




1,144 
2,897 


2,419 
2,347 


3,563 
5,244 


1.45 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


2.13 




121,612 


124,831 


246,443 


100 .00 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina. 
COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 



Products of Agriculture — 

Grain 

Flour 

Other mill products 

Hay •_ 

Tobacco.-. 

Cotton 

Fruit and vegetables 

Other products of agriculture- 
Totals 

Products of Animals — 

Live stock 

Dressed meats 

Other packing house products 

Poultry, game, and fish 

Wool 

Hides and leather 

Totals 



Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 



Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 



Whole Tons. Whole Tons. 



250 
1,266 

639 

209 

25 

1,143 

1,108 

745 



4,119 

2,251 

1,971 

787 

245 

9,365 

794 

2,241 



Total Freight Tonnage. 



Whole Tons. Per Cent. 



4,369 
3,517 
2,610 

996 

270 

10,508 

1,902 

2,986 



1,97 

1.58 

1.17 

.45 

.12 

4.73 

.85 

1.34 



5,385 



21,773 



27,158 



12.21 



360 

57 

16 

12 

9 

145 



167 
797 
290 

20 
4 

75 



527 
854 
306 
32 
13 
220 



.24 
.39 

.14 

.01 



1,353 



1,952 



534 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT TRAFFIC MOVEMENT— State of North Carolina— Continued. 

COMPANY'S MATERIAL EXCLUDED. 



Commodity. 


Freight 

Originating 

on This 

Road. 


Freight 

Received 

from 

Connecting 

Roads and 

Other 

Carriers. 


Total Freight Tonnage. 


Pkoducts of Mines — 
Anthracite coal. __ .... 


Whole Tons. 


Whole Tons. 

125 

63,749 

63 


Whole Tons. 
125 


Per Cent. 




292 


■ 64 041 1 9« 81 


Coke 


63 
87 
101 

577 


02 


Ores... .. ... . . 


87 
20 
42 


03 




81 
535 


05 


Other products of mines ., r . 


26 






Totals 


441 


64,553 


64,994 


29 23 






Products of Forests — 


63,662 
16,743 


5,291 
1,118 


68,953 

17,861 


31 00 




8 04 






Totals 


80,405 


6,409 


86,814 


39 04 






Manufactures — 


208 
81 


1,2,58 

688 

1 

, 146 

212 

1,334 

166 

3,012 

245 

372 

26 

624 

5,311 

472 


1,466 

769 

1 

176 

570 

1,801 

167 

4,420 

284 

602 

27 

6,407 

6,964 

9,907 


.66 




.35 








30 

358 

467 

1 

1,408 

39 

230 

1 

5,783 

1,653 

9,435 


.08 




.26 




.81 


Bar and sheet metal ... 


.07 




1.99 




.13 




.27 




.01 




2.88 


Fertilizer ._ ._ _ 


3.13 




4.46 






Totals 


19,694 


13,867 


33,561 


15.10 








964 
2,520 


2,221 
2,166 


3,185 
4,686 


1.43 


Miscellaneous — 
Other commodities not mentioned above 


2.11 




110,008 


112,342 


222,350 


100.00 







CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 



535 



DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT— Entire Line. 





Number 

on 

June 30, 

1911. 


Number 
Added 
During 
Year. 


Number 
Retired 
During 
Year. 


Number 

on 

June 30, 

1912. 


Number Fitted 
With— 


Item. 


Train 
Brake. 


Auto- 
matic 
Coupler. 


Locomotives — Owned or Leased: 


3 
9 






3 
10 


3 
10 


3 


Freight . ... . - 


1 




10 










12 


1 




13 


13 


13 








Cars — Owned or Leased: 
In Passenger Service — 


3 
4 
3 
3 






3 
4 
3 
3 


3 
4 
3 
3 


3 








4 








3 


Baggage, express, and postal cars... 






3 








Totals 


13 






13 


13 


13 










In Freight Service — 


45 

15 

1 

10 

5 






45 
15 

1 
10 

5 


45 
15 

1 
10 

5 


45 








15 








1 








10 








5 










Totals 


76 






76 


76 


76 










In Company's Service — 


1 

1 

8 

10 






1 
1 

8 
10 


1 

1 

8 

10 


1 








1 


Caboose cars 






8 








10 










Totals 


20 






20 


20 


20 










Total cars in service . 


109 






109 


109 


109 











536 



JST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION- 



MILEAGE. 

MILEAGE OF ROAD OPERATED— (All Tracks). 





Line 

Owned, 

Main 

Line. 


Line 
Operated 

Under 
Trackage 

Rights. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


New Line 

Con- 
structed 
During 
Year. 


Rails. 


Line in Use. 


Iron. 


Steel. 


Entire Line — 


124 .30 
21.35 


9.20 


133 .50 
21.35 






124 .30 


Miles of yard track and 


.19 


.28 


21.07 








Total mileage operated 


145 .65 


9.20 


154 .85 


.19 


.28 


145 .37 






State of N. Carolina — 
Miles of single track 


87.30 
17.95 


9.20 


96.50 
17.95 






87.30 


Miles of yard track and 


.19 


.28 


17.76 








Total mileage operated 


105 .25 


9.20 


114.45 


.19 


.28 


105 .06 







MILEAGE OF LINE OPERATED, BY STATES— (Single Track). 



State. 


Line 

Owned, 

Main 

Line. 


Line 
Operated 

Under 
Trackage 

Rights. 


Total 

Mileage 

Operated. 


Rails, 

Steel. 




87.30 
37.00 


9.20 


96.50 
37.00 


87.30 




37.00 








Total mileage operated (single track)... 


124.30 


9.20 


133 .50 


124 .30 



MILEAGE OF LINE OWNED, BY STATES— (Single Track.) 



State. 


Line 

Owned," 

Main 

Line. 


Total 
Mileage 
Owned. 


Rails, 
Steel. 




87.30 
37.00 


87.30 
37.00 


87.30 




37.00 








124.30 


124 .30 


124.30 







CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 



537 



Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Company. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 


Name. 


Official Address. 




Bird S. Coler. 


43 Cedar St., N. Y. 




W. E. Price 


High Point, N. C. 




L. H. Hole 


43 Cedar St., N. Y. 




C. B. Hole 


43 Cedar St., N. Y. 




W.E.Price 


High Point, N. C. 









DIRECTORS. 

Bird S. Coler, 43 Cedar St., New York; J. B. Jones, Thomasville, N. C; J. P. Clark, 43 Cedar St., 
New York; A. E. Jones, Thomasville, N. C; L. H.-Hole, Jr., 43 Cedar St., New York; L. J. Jerome, 
Salisbury, N. C; Chas. B. Hole, 43 Cedar St., New York; A. L. Brooks, Greensboro, N. C; Eugene 
B. Coler, 43 Cedar St., New York. 



PROPERTY OPERATED. 



From— 


To— 


Total 
Miles. 


Thomasville, N. C- 


Denton, N. C._ .. 


21.6 









CAPITAL STOCK ETC. 





$ 40,000.00 




1,851.85 


Funded debt .. ...... . . ... . . 


3,000,000.00 




138,888.00 




56,018.35 




2,593.44 




16,983.88 




786.28 




3,379.73 




25,548.11 




14,724.42 


Net operating revenue ............. ... 


10,823.69 




1,182.78 




681 .69 


Total freight revenue ............ .. 


20,761.07 


Total passenger train service revenue . .. ... 


4,771.04 


Freight revenue, per mile .. .. .. . ... 


961.16 


Total number passengers carried earning revenue .. ' 


No record. 


Passenger service train revenue, per mile . ._ ... 


$ . 220.88 


Revenue from other sources . .... ... ..... 


16.00 




.03 


Taxes paid, N. C ..... ....... 


569.64 







Number of general officers, 2; station agents, 3; enginemen, 
men, 2; section foremen, 3; other trackmen, 20. Total, 34. 



1; firemen, 2; conductors, 1; other train- 



538 



NV C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. 



OFFICERS. 



Title. 



Name. 



Official Address. 



President and Chairman of the Board 

Vice-President— 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Attorney, or General Counsel 

Comptroller 

Auditor of Disbursements 

Chief Engineer 

General Superintendent 

Traffic Manager. 



Mark W. Potter.... 

J. J. Campion 

Carl M. Owens 

J. C. Stone 

J. Norman PowelL 

I. McQuilkin 

Jno. A. Muse 

Ward Crosby 

L. H. Phetteeplace 
J. J. Campion 



New York City. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
New York City. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 
Erwin, Tenn. 
Johnson City, Tenn. 



DIRECTORS. 

Edward D. Adams, New York, N. Y.; C. Ledyard Blair, New York, N. Y.; Geo. L. Carter, John- 
son City, Tenn.; John B. Dennis, New York, N. Y.; Wallace B. Dunham, Boston, Mass.; Isaac T. 
Mann, Bramwell, W. Va.; Mark W. Potter, New York, N. Y.; Norman B. Ream, New York, N. Y. 
Robert C. Ream, New York, N. Y.; W. M. Ritter, Columbus, Ohio; Walter T. Rasen, New York, N. 
Y.; Frank A. Vanderlip, New York, N. Y.; E. F. Watson, Burnsville, N. C; W. K. Whigham, New 
York, N. Y.; Thos. F. Ryan, New York, N. Y. 



ROAD OPERATED— Entire Line. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each 

Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name. 


From — 


To— 


Each 
Class of 

Roads 
Named. 


1. A. C. C. & 0. Ry.— 




Johnson City, Tenn... 
N. C.-S. C. State Line 

Laurel Jet., Va ^. 


85.27 
138.20 






Johnson City, Tenn... 


223.47 


1. B.— C. C. & 0. Ry. 


5.60 
3.39 
1.52 

.78 
1.27 

2.32 
.80 




Laurel Jet., Va 












Dante, Va... . 


Tipple No. 2 






Foot of Switchback... 

Carnegie, Tenn 

Bostic, N. C 




NearE.T.&W. N.C. 
Ry. Crossing, Tenn. 






Davidson St., John- 
son City, Tenn 


15.68 


N. C. R. R 


Buffalo St., Johnson 
City, Tenn. 


.63 
8.45 


Norfolk & Western Ry 


St. Paul, Va 










9.08 






Total 


248.23 






• 







CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY 



539 



ROAD OPERATED— State of North Carolina. 





Termini. 


Miles of 

Line for 

Each 

Road 

Named. 


Miles of 
Line for 


Name, 


From — 


To— 


Each 
Class of 

Roads 
Named. 


1. A — Carolina, Clinchfield and 


Tenn.-N. C. State Line 
Bostic Crossing... 


N. C. -S. C. State Line 
Bostic, N. C 


116.61 
.80 


116.61 


1. B — Carolina, Clinchfield and 


.80 








Total 




117.41 













CAPITAL STOCK. 



Kind. 


Number 

of Shares 

Authorized. 


Par 
Value 
of One 
Share. 


Total 
Par Value 
Authorized. 


Total 

Par Value 

Outstanding. 


Total 
Par Value 
Not Held by 
Respondent. 


Dividends 

Declared 

During 

the Year, 

Rate. 




150,000 
150,000 


$ 100.00 
100 .00 


$ 15,000,000 
15,000,000 


$ 15,000,000 
15,000,000 


$ 15,000,000 
15,000,000 




Preferred 


5% 






Totals 


300,000 


100.00 


30,000,000 


30,000,000 


30,000,000 









Purpose of the Issue. 


Total 

Number 

of Shares 

Outstanding. 


Total Cash 
Realized. 




100 
241,500 
58,400 


$ 10,000 















Totals. 



300,000 



10,000 



540 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 




































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